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My life as a silver halide
Pushing, Pulling & Intensifying Black & White Film




All images: Kevin Patrick Rice

no.w.here first floor
316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 0AG
Saturday 28th January, 10:30 - 6:00pm
Price: £80 no.w.here members / £120 non-members
Saturday 28th January, 10:30 - 6:00pm
Price: TBC
Please note there are 12 spaces available on a first come, first serve basis. To book please call 0207 729 4494


Do you ever catch yourself wondering weather you can expose Kodak Tri-X in a cellar with no lights? Have you ever wondered what would happen if you left your film standing in a developer for 12 hours? or perhaps 12 seconds? Do you regularly find yourself wishing you could print from a negative…with no images on it? or have you ever stopped to ask “where am I and who are all you people?” Than this workshop may be able to help you find the solutions to these and many other questions as we explore life as a silver halide.

In it’s essence, this is a workshop that will explore the extremities of black and white motion picture photography, in an attempt to understand the exact nature of working with the silver halide. Topics that will be covered include increasing film speed, pushing and pulling film, controlling density & contrast through various chemical and non-chemical processes and how to effectively execute such procedures before, during and after development…


For more information on this workshops director, Kevin Rice, please see:

processreversal.wordpress.com

Please see the workshops list for details of other workshops Kevin is running at no.w.here in January and February 2012.

SUPPORTED BY SILVERPRINT www.silverprint.co.uk



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