By the way, at the workshop we will have a variety of medium format and 4x5 large format cameras available to use.
If you have any friends, spouses or loved ones (:p), or anyone else who has an interest in film photography, please refer them to this workshop! Wouldn't it be great if your significant other went on photo outings with you? Just sayin'
I'm planning on doing just that out here in Iowa. I have a room that can be dark enough (as long as no one else turns on any lights just outside the room) and I won't have water in the darkroom, just the trays. I can take the fixed prints out to the sink for washing and I just plan to do RC for here. I'll be using a small light bulb on a timer (thanks, Rick A) and have a safelight bulb to put in place of the room's light.Quote:
If you don't have a darkroom how can you do contact printing? I'm asking cause that would be interesting even to me :) lol
This workshop sounds good even to me if it gets me to Maine. Beautiful place to shoot. And I was only shooting smaller stuff the last time I was up there - 4x5 would be so much fun. Any chance there'd be help figuring out movements? I'm definitely a visual learner and reading about Scheinflug (sp?) just whooshes over my head.
Anyway, I do think this workshop will be a blast on this small island 10 miles out in the Atlantic...