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Photography: Portraiture in Black & White – Studio to Darkroom, Kensington and Chelsea College

Photography: Portraiture in Black & White – Studio to Darkroom, Kensington and Chelsea College

Kensington and Chelsea College
Wornington Road
W10 5QQ

Course Length: 5 weeks (1 evening per week)

Price: £165

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Using studio lighting, and your own film cameras, or our medium format cameras, you will learn how to take studio portraits in black and white. on film. Having shot them, you will then go into our darkroom and learn how to process and then print the film. No previous knowledge of studio or darkroom work is required. Even if you do not own a film camera, you will still be able to shoot on film using ours.You will be advised on what type of film is useful for studio work and the varieties of different photographic papers available to enhance your final image.

Our tutors are highly experienced photography practitioners offering a unique insight into the photographic medium. Students from our courses regularly go on to higher education or become working freelance photographers, an achievement indeed in a very competitive environment. If you are interested in anything photographic, we may have the course for you.

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Full Fee £165 Non-EU Fee £284

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