B&W workshop in Warsaw, Poland

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  1. darkosaric

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    Hi all,

    I am trying to promote traditional B&W photography - and together with one gallery I am organizing workshop to learn basics of traditional B&W photography: basically what will be done on workshop is developing a negative, making contact print and enlarging one photo on 20x30 cm paper. On the end there will be a group exhibition of participants prints.

    Seminar will be hold on polish, but I am planing to make workshop on English also in future.


    http://www.facebook.com/events/254767004599555/

    http://www.atelier.org.pl/91-news/155-warsztaty-fotografii-czarno-bialej

    So if you know someone who want to participate - send invitations :smile:

    thanks,
     
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    great idea and good luck with it!
     
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    Thats commendable of you, this is the best way to promote film use imo =)

    I live in the EU, but very far away from Poland unfortunately.
    Try promoting this on channels like facebook, to reach the general masses out there, currently shooting with their digital gear and stuff. :smile:
     
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    Thanks :smile:. I am promoting it on facebook also, I hope get as much people possible - to let them see awesomeness of the silver gelatin print :smile:.
     
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    that sounds like a grand idea