Monochrome Meath: Workshops

12 05 2010

From Monochrome Meath webpage

Peter Fitzsimons is running some workshops in May and July –

INFRARED FILM PHOTOGRAPHY:
Carrickdexter Castle

This exciting one day Infrared B&W Film Photography workshop is a great introduction for anyone interested in this unusual film. This workshop will teach you all the basics required to use black and white infrared film. I will show you how to expose, focus and develop various types of Infrared film currently on the market. I will also dispel some of the myths and misconceptions about using Infrared film. This is an outdoor workshop which will start with a discussion and presentation of examples of infrared prints. Then it’s out to shoot some selected locations to put the theory to the test. Participants will need to bring a 35mm film SLR camera plus a tripod. Three rolls of 35mm film will be provided and are included in the workshop fee.

Venue: Trim Castle, Meath.
Date: Saturday 3rd July 2010
Time: 10:00 to 17:00
Cost: €75

DARKROOM WORKSHOP FOR BEGINNERS:
Yellow Steeple, Trim

This workshop is designed for the beginner and teaches the basics of film development and darkroom printing using various dodging and burning-in techniques. No previous Darkroom experience is required and this workshop would also benefit someone who has not been in the Darkroom for a long period but who wishes to get a revision course.

Venue: Trim (Meath)
Date: Saturday 22nd May 2010
Time: 10:00 to 16:00
Cost: €75

For more information, see the website – Monochrome Meath

– Rory

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