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- Tips on correct exposure
- Develop b/w film yourself
- 1 b/w film Kodak Tri-X 400
- Lunch, coffee and drinks
- Leica Akademie Folder
- Leica Akademie certificate
Film’s not dead! - This workshop offers the exciting opportunity to deal intensively with analog black and white photography. It doesn't matter whether you have been shooting on film for many years or just want to get to know this type of photography. Here you will learn everything about analog photography, from the basics of film, tips and tricks in practice or developing the negatives at home.
In the theory unit we look at the possibilities that film offers us and what types of cameras are available to us. We take a look at the functions of the cameras we brought and how to correctly load the film. What types of film are there and how to expose them correctly? We show you how to develop your films at home with little effort. Also the
possibility of pushing or pulling film negatives during development is presented.
The practical part revolves around the implementation of the previously learned theory. How do you use a light meter correctly? What do you have to look out for in analog photography and especially in black and white photography? And how can you record scenes as you have pictured them beforehand – These are, among other things, topics that will be discussed during our photo tour.
Back at the Leica Gallery, we will wind up the exposed film onto the spooles of the developering tank in the changing bag and then develop and fix them. Now the most exciting moment arrives when it becomes clear whether everything really worked out!
Due to possible changes regarding Covid-19 measures, the Leica Akademie Austria reserves the right to cancel the workshop at short notice. In this case, the participation fee will be refunded.
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10:00 Welcoming to the participants
10:10 Theoretical part of analog photography
11:30 Get to know the camera and its functions
12:15 lunch break
12:45 Photo practice in downtown Vienna
14:45 coffee break
14:55 Developing and fixing the exposed films
16:45 Analysis of the pictures made at the light table
17:30 Conclusion and farewell
is an analog photographer from Styria.
For some time now he has devoted his life exclusively to analog photography, accompanying the process from the beginning of the recording with a wide variety of analog cameras, through the development of the film to the finalization in the darkroom. Today René is a full-time artist and sells his pictures internationally in galleries and to private customers. He describes his photographic style as documentary/street/art.