Analog Photography: Shooting & Processing Black-and-White Film

Analog Photography: Shooting & Processing Black-and-White Film

Analog Photography: Shooting & Processing Black-and-White Film is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, compiled by an expert, Konrad Eek. This tutorial is an important base for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her Photography talent. It provides you a thorough grip on Cameras + Gear, Black and White, Photography, Scanning, Cameras + Gear, Black and White, Photography and Scanning.

Free Download - Analog Photography: Shooting & Processing Black-and-White Film
Author Konrad Eek
Publish Date 9/12/2014
Skill Intermediate
Duration 2h 12m
Topic Black and White
Video Tutorials 22
Last Update N/A

Photographers shoot film for its unique look; its constraints, which require discipline and careful self-editing; and the simple fact that developing film is fun and gratifying. And you don’t need a darkroom to do it. In this course, photographer and master printer Konrad Eek provides an introduction to the pleasures of shooting and processing black-and-white film. The course begins with a look at gear and film cameras, which are inexpensive and widely available at thrift stores and secondhand shops. Next, we accompany Konrad on a photo shoot in the mountains of Arkansas, where he demonstrates important concepts such as metering and the use of filters.

Upon returning home, Konrad processes the film, explaining the chemicals involved and sharing insights for getting reliable results. He also describes the negative-scanning process. Finally, to whet your appetite for the other facets of film-based photography, he demonstrates the process of making a silver-gelatin enlargement and offers up some tips on building your own darkroom.

Topics include:

  • Exploring film formats, lenses, and cameras
  • Loading films
  • Shooting black-and-white film
  • Working with colored filters and film
  • Chemically processing film
  • Scanning and storing film
  • Enlarging film in a makeshift darkroom

Analog Photography: Shooting & Processing Black-and-White Film : Video Lessons

  • Introducing film1m 15s
  • Understanding why you shoot film2m
  • Exploring what film formats are available4m 16s
  • Understanding lenses and film cameras4m 48s
  • Exploring additional accessories for shooting film10m 11s
  • Understanding how to load film into a camera7m 59s
  • Shooting film with basic settings4m 39s
  • Shooting black and white in a vineyard6m 11s
  • Working with colored filters and film9m 8s
  • Removing the film and preparing to process3m 31s
  • Understanding what you need to develop film4m 5s
  • Mixing the chemistry to develop film10m 39s
  • Spooling the film to prepare to develop7m 10s
  • Chemically processing the film in a kitchen17m 45s
  • Scanning and storing a negative9m 59s
  • Introducing a darkroom space1m 24s
  • Setting up the chemistry in the big darkroom7m 10s
  • Setting up the enlarger7m 10s
  • Creating a test print2m 36s
  • Processing the print in the chemical bath4m 57s
  • Creating a work print3m 15s
  • Furthering your knowledge of film1m 57s

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