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The Way of All Flesh Tones
Toning and tinting 16mm film




Images from previous no.w.here tinting and toning workshops

Saturday 22nd July 2017, 10:30 - 5:30pm
Held at no.w.here, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London
no.w.here members £77 / £110 non-members. To book
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In a practical sense tinting and toning is the process of converting the silver of a black and white image into a colour - but take it on a tangent and it can lead to wild new ideas, journeys, and worlds of colour without beginning or end.

This workshop will take you through a hands-on exploration of the history, theories, motivations and concepts behind tinting and toning through the use of found 16mm motion picture film. The workshop is easily accessible and no previous knowledge of film techniques or technology is required.

Participants will have the opportunity to try out and use the following tints and tones on film: Copper, Iron, and Selenium, Mordant Dyeing with violet tint, as well as the use of organic tints such as common the tea bag.

We will discuss techniques such as full toning, split toning, partial toning, dual toning and selective toning.

A classic piece of black and white found footage from no.w.here's archive will be provided for experimentation, and following the workshop we will project various results.

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Inferno! Tinting & Toning

Inferno! from nowhere london on Vimeo.




TINTED AND TONED BLACK AND WHITE 16MM FILM

Tinted and Toned Black and White 16mm Film from nowhere london on Vimeo.



TINTED METHYL VIOLET FILM

16mm Tinted Film - Methyl Violet from nowhere london on Vimeo.





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