Open to the public, the CEPA Gallery black and white darkroom features:
- 12 workstations
- Black-and-white film developing reels and tanks, both metal and plastic
- Enlargers, carriers, and lenses for 35mm, 120mm and 4×5 film formats
- A large sink with the capacity to make prints up to 20×24
- Kodak D-76 film developer
- ECO PRO developer and fix for paper
- An excellent ventilation system
CEPA Member Price: $4/hour
Location & Hours
Please call (716) 856-2717 ahead of time to be sure there are no classes scheduled during the time you wish to use the darkroom.
617 Main Street, Suite 201
Buffalo, NY 14203
Minimum Time: 30 minutes
Additional hours available by appointment.
Contact Lauren Tent @ firstname.lastname@example.org for after hours access.
CEPA’s photography classes cover a variety of subjects for all ages and skill levels, including film and digital photography and graphic design.Photography Classes
What is a Darkroom?
Created and used since the inception of photography in the early 19th century, a darkroom is a room that can be made completely dark to allow the processing of light sensitive photographic materials, including photographic film and photographic paper. From the initial development to the creation of prints, the darkroom process allows complete control over the medium.