Intro to Film Photography B&W–35mm or Med Format with Ray Nelson/September 27-30,2013

Discussion in 'Workshops & Lectures' started by amournian, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. amournian

    amournian Member

    Mar 20, 2012
    8x10 Format
    Introduction to Film Photography in Black & White – 35mm & Medium Format

    You will learn to operate and take photographs with a modern 35 mm camera. Cameras are supplied for the instruction component of this course to facilitate learning on similar equipment. You are also encouraged to bring your own camera and we are happy help you learn how to use it. Please keep in mind, however, that troubleshooting difficult equipment takes time away from learning photography so make sure you have a basic understanding of your camera’s controls and that it is in good working order. Please be prepared to learn on the equipment provided and then let us help you transfer those skills to your equipment.

    You will learn camera controls; shutter speed, f-stop, focus, Film ASA setting, and others. You will learn principles of photography; image composition, characteristics of light, depth of focus, effects of motion, and others. In short you will learn how to use your camera to achieve pleasing and reliable results. You will learn to use your camera both in its automatic mode as well as in a manual mode. You will learn a wide variety of photographic techniques that can’t help but make you a better photographer. You will learn how to develop black & white film and how to print a contact sheet. You will have the opportunity to shoot, develop, and print multiple rolls of film.

    Friday – Meet & Greet and Familiarization with Facilities & Equipment

    Saturday – Lecture & Practice

    Discussion and practice on camera use

    Take photographs & Develop Film

    Evaluate / Discuss Results

    Sunday – Lecture & Practice

    Field Shoot

    Develop Film

    Monday – Practice & Wrap up

    Make Contact Sheets

    Wrap Up

    What to Bring: Notebook & pencil, Clothing suitable for outdoors in Montana, Willingness to learn, Patience

    A more specific list of all equipment and materials needed, will be sent to you via e-mail in advance of your course.
    For more information please visit our website at

    Workshops in Montana
    7079 Hwy 83 N
    Condon MT 59826
  2. Jeff Kubach

    Jeff Kubach Member

    Sep 29, 2007
    Richmond VA.
    Multi Format
    I wish I live near there!