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Super 8 shooting and colour hand processing




Electric Fence, James Holcombe 2011

Saturday 10th November 2012 | 10.30am 6.00pm
75 members / 105 non-members
NB - This is likely to the last Super 8 workshop of 2012 -
There are six places available, cost: 75 members / 105 non-members
Email: james.holcombe|at|no-w-here.org.uk
Telephone: 0207 7294494


This highly popular and intensive, hands on course is perfect for newcomers to film as a medium. The workshop takes you through the Super 8 camera, stocks, shooting film, and hand processing. Examining cameras and their features, film stock, exposure, light meters and filters, participants shoot Ektachrome 100d super 8 stock and learn how to hand process this film using the Lomo developing tank. The course also looks at work made by artists using Super 8, focusing on its aesthetic qualities and flexibility of shooting, and ends with a screening of the films made on the course. You may wish to use your own cameras on this course, although no.w.here does have some basic models.

Please note that spaces for this workshop are limited to six only and are offered on a strictly first come, first serve basis.





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