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Intro to 35mm B/W Development and Printing


A 2-Day Class
Saturday, September, 30th and October 7th
Ages 16+

A Photography Class for Ages 16+

This course serves as an introduction to the basics of black and white 35mm photography. Over the two day workshop, students will learn how to use a 35mm camera, load, expose and develop film, as well as how make prints in the darkroom. Day one covers all the camera basics, a photo walk, and film development. Day two introduces students to enlarging and printing photos in the darkroom.

Nate Ely has a BFA in studio art from SUNY at Buffalo and a BA in film/photography from Binghamton University. Nate has taught photography at Buffalo State, D’Youville, and UB since 2017. The particular focus of his work is in traditional/experimental photography.

Supplies are included. Students are recommended to have their own, tested and fully functional 35mm camera with full manual controls for the class. CEPA does have a limited number of 35mm cameras available to rent.

Please call or email if you have questions about your camera or to arrange a camera rental.

Workshop Location

CEPA Learning Center

Limited Availability

This class is limited to 8 participants.

Dates & Times

Saturdays, September, 30th and October 7th

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Register for the Class:

Individual: $175.00, CEPA Member: $145.00