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Black and white reversal processing
Standard or Super 8mm film




Film and images shot for a workshop by Andy Warrington. Telecine by Bart at Bluecinetech (www.bluecinetech.co.uk)

Saturday 21st April, 10:30 - 6pm, £75 members, £105 non-members
Limited to five participants
Saturday 21st April, 10:30 - 6pm, £75 members, £105 non-members


This workshop illustrates how to hand process black and white reversal Super or Standard (Regular) 8mm film. The workshop covers loading a tank, the chemicals required for hand processing and how they are mixed, times and stages for processing, useful information on where to purchase chemicals and tips and hints to achieve interesting processing effects such as pushing and pulling film. The workshop will be particularly useful to anyone who is interested in shooting the new standard 8mm stocks available in b/w as well as seasoned users of formats such as Tri X. Attendance on this workshop, or Super 8 colour shooting and hand processing is essential for anyone wishing to use no.w.here’s Lomo processing tanks. Please note you should bring a finished roll of either Tri X or 7302 film in either Super 8, standard 8mm or 16mm with you to process on the course. Due to the nature of hand processing this should not be footage which is irreplaceable.

SUPER 8 BLACK AND WHITE TRI-X HAND PROCESSED AT NO.W.HERE


16MM TRI X REVERSAL FILM - HAND PROCESSING

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