Film's Not Dead! Try Your Hand at Analog Photography!

  • Physical | Workshop
  • Kuching, Malaysia

Themes & Topics

PILOT PARTNERS CONTEST

Digital Skills

Arts & Crafts

Film Photography

About the Experience

Duration: 3 hours
Everyone
Beginner

No prior experience required

Up To 10 Learners
Languages: English, M, a, l, a, y

Description

Missing the good old days? Or simply want to experience the art form of a bygone era? Film’s Not Dead! Try Your Hand At Analog Photography is a film photography workshop for all ages that is aimed at putting an analog camera into the hands of beginners in photography, as well as newcomers to film photography. Price: RM50 (HAUSmates) // RM 100 (Regular) Date: 31st October 2021 Time: 3PM onwards Place: HAUSlab, 3F HAUS KCH Slots: Limited to 5 pax (with cameras) and additional 5 pax (bring your own film camera) COST INCLUDES 1. Hands-on tutorial with live, functional Single Lens Reflex and Rangefinder analog cameras 2. 1 x Analog SLR or Rangefinder during 2-hour session (10 pax maximum) 3. 1 x Roll of BnW Film 4. 1 x Roll Developing and Scanning 5. Light refreshments OPTIONAL ADD-ONS 1. RM25: Print your first roll to show your friends and family! 2. RM60: Like the camera you're using? Rent it for another week! 3. RM28: Want more to shoot? Purchase another roll!*

Instructions

How to prepare

Reading up doesn't hurt! Here are some references that make good preparation: Reading Material 1. Metering for Film, Understanding the Basics of Exposure – By JK Lockwood @ 35mmc https://www.35mmc.com/26/03/2016/exposure-metering-for-film/ 2. What is Depth-of-Field? https://emulsive.org/articles/guides/what-is-depth-of-field The two websites above are a treasure trove of knowledge--do explore to your heart's extent! On-Topic Video References: For The Workshop How to Shoot 35mm Film by GrainyDays https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_KP7k0YRhE Off-topic Complementary Videos: For The Culture How a Lab Develops and Scans Film Photos by Willem Verbeeck https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCLCM4f5UIc While you explore film photography on your own, prepare any questions you may have to be asked on the day of the workshop. You will be given a camera manual the day/week prior to your workshop date.

The host will provide

  • Unopened Film (Black and White)
  • Film SLR
  • Film Rangefinder
  • Camera Manual (digital file)
  • Light Refreshments

What to bring

  • Note-taking Device / Workbook
  • Face Mask