Analog Film & Darkroom

The warm red light and woozy chemistry of the classic darkroom is nostalgic for some, and a brand new experience for others.  This is a place full of surprises; from seeing your first print appear like magic in a developer tray, to discovering happy accidents through the experimental process of darkroom printing.  You never quite know what might happen.

Re-discover the unmistakable vibe of film-based photography with hands-on workshops hosted at our partner facilities Gowanus Darkroom and Bushwick Community Darkroom.  


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Our Darkroom Partners

Thanks to our alliance with these two wonderful Brooklyn organizations, we're able to provide classes and workshops in the time-honored Analog techniques developed over a more than a century.  To find out more about our partner organizations, visit their individual profile pages or check out their websites.


Tools Of The Trade

ABOVE: The Omega Super Chromega D color enlarger.  Located at the Gowanus Darkroom.

A true workhorse enlarger, the dichronic head allows for color filtration for correcting color casts for printing color, as well as adjusting contrast for variable contrast (VC) black & white papers.  These darkroom staples are built to last a long time, with easily accessible parts for replacement and repair.  Given that working enlargers are often found over 20 years old, the quality of build and materials is top-notch, and the accompanying digital timers are reliable and easy to use.