Film Photography: Developing & Digitising Black & White Film at Home
Take full control of your film photography by learning to develop black & white film at home, and then by digitising and retouching your photographs in Adobe Photoshop.
Being able to develop black & white film at home can give you a lot of freedom and room for experimentation, and it’s not as complicated as it may seem! All you need is a few chemicals, basic equipment and attention, patience and precision when following the instructions-and you’ll learn to achieve great results and never go back to a black & white photo processing lab!
I am Dominic Righini-Brand, and even though most of my professional photography is digital, I still love chemical photography and shooting with black & white film! I first leaned how to process black and white film nearly 20 years ago when I was a high school student and have been doing it ever since!
In this class you will learn:
what equipment & chemicals you need to develop black & white film;
how to process black & white film in the home environment;
best practices for archiving your negatives;
how to digitise your negatives;
how to clean, retouch and enhance your scanned photographs in Adobe Photoshop;
and how to save your photographs for print or web.
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