Introduction to Analog Color Printing - Winter 2022
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|DATE / TIME||January 22 - 23, 2022 | Saturday - Sunday 12-5pm|
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|FORMAT||In-person, enrollment is limited to 8 students; review our COVID-19 Safety Protocols for information about requirements for students, faculty, and staff who will be onsite at PCNW.|
|PREREQS||Photography I: Black and White or equivalent proficient working knowledge of darkroom processes|
Here’s a very special opportunity to learn the tools and techniques needed to make color prints in the analog darkroom. This hands-on workshop will introduce students to the entire workflow for making color prints from classic C-41 color negative films such as Kodak Portra and Fujicolor Pro. Color analog equipment and materials will be covered in detail including how to use a color head enlarger, automated tabletop print processor, required chemistry, recommended paper and basic color correcting technique for making finished analog C-prints. This workshop would be great for those wishing to acquire basic printing knowledge needed for using rental color darkrooms or even in setting up a home analog color darkroom. All paper and chemistry will be provided and negatives will be supplied for the workshop or students may bring a few of their own 35mm, medium format or 4x5 color negatives to print. Note this workshop will be focused on learning to print images from color negative films. Printing color transparencies (slide film) will not be covered.
Image © Helen Miller