Black and White Film Photography

October 2022 Monthly Meeting – Black and White Film with Bob Evans

The BVAA is excited to bring you a full ‘soup to nuts’ demonstration of how to shoot, develop and scan black and white film. Bob Evans will be leading this workshop. We will be using a roll of Ilford HP5 400 film which will already have shots taken of local scenes. We will then shoot some photos in the gallery, unload the film, place it in a developing tank, develop using Ilford Simplicity Starter Pack, wash, dry and then scan using a digital camera.

During the demonstration we will also discuss how film exposure and development actually works. Also, we will touch upon developing color film, which is not as difficult as it sounds!

This is something that anyone can do at home and enable them to enter the exciting world of film photography and home development.

Our October 2022 monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 18th from 6:30-9pm.

BVAA Open Sky Uxbridge Community Gallery
5 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569

The space is fully handicapped / disability accessible with no stairs. It is immediately next to a large free parking lot.

This meeting and workshop is free and open to the public. No experience is necessary. The fun of our workshops is that we all try new things we’ve never done before.

Our meetings cover BVAA organization business from 6:30-7:00pm and then go into the workshop part of the evening. Feel free to come for whichever half interests you the most. In general, our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month unless otherwise announced.

All are welcome – this workshop is open to members and non-members. Feel free to bring along a friend! We’d love to see you there to try some new things and explore your creativity!

Ask with any questions!

Recording of Part 1:

Recording of Part 2:

Our meetings are supported in part by grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Blackstone Valley Art Association Sponsors

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