This class will cover basic enlarger operation, contact printing of negatives, as well as color filtration to balance out color casts and achieve a great-looking print. Additionally we'll discuss proper darkroom etiquette and safety so that you'll be able to use the color darkroom with confidence. In a few short hours, you'll be well on your way to creating luminous photographic enlargements with that extra magic that only analog technology can provide.
We've got smart pro-tips and best practices to help you grow your photo library without self-destructing. Plus we'll overview some of the photo management popular software like Lightroom, Bridge and Photomechanic, and how you can make them work for you.
This one-day class invites you to think critically about color in your photographs. We'll briefly overview the history of color photography, from early trials in 3-color process by Thomas Sutton to the digital pixel palettes of today's Photoshop world. Then we'll go hands-on, making photographic stories that challenge our interpretation of color. You'll discover what makes a great color vs black & white photograph, and become familiar with critical terms like luminance, saturation and hue.