Looking for a fun filled, creative and interesting day out with your group of mates? Look no further as we give you this unique and creative experience. Perfect for a group of friends or colleagues to do together to bond friendship or team spirit.
With the advancement of technology, our lives has improved tremendously and we are now well equipped and surrounded by tools and technologies which makes almost everything digital. Computers, ipad, digital cameras - these are among some of the common "must haves" products for everyone living in this era. Gone were the days when everything was done the old school ways. Remember the days when we have to buy films and load them in the camera before we can take any pictures? Each roll of film only accommodates up to 36 - 48 pictures, and there are simply no option for delete or retake. And then you need to bring these rolls of films to the photo studio so they can process your films.
Have you ever wonder, what really goes behind the photo studio in the darkroom where they develop these rolls of films? This experience brings you back to the good old days before digital photography comes into our lives - we bring you back to this nostalgic journey of how to take pictures using old camera, black and white films and how to process your very own roll of film.
This is a full day class whereby you and your friends will learn how to take black and white photos. Your experience starts with a walkabout in Kuala Lumpur and our instructors will then teach you and your friend/partner how to visualise and take captivating pictures. A loaner film camera will be loaned to you, along with a roll of B&W film and notes for you and your friends.
This experience includes :
- 1 full day B&W photography and developing workshop
- Lessons on how to take pictures (at Street of Kuala Lumpur) - 4 hours
- Theory and practical session on B&W film developing in a darkroom environment
- 1 Loaner film camera, 1 roll of B&W Film & notes
- Darkroom materials
A perfect day out experience for who loves photography, old photography, darkroom film processing and of course, how to take attractive B&W pictures.
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