Introduction to Analogue Photography with Roseanne Lynch
Venue: CIT Crawford College of Art and Design, Sharman Crawford Street, Cork
Dates: 20th – 22nd July, 10am – 4pm daily.
CIT Crawford College of Art & Design
Sharman Crawford Street, Cork
T: 021 433 5200
F: 021 496 2267
(Suitable for beginners and intermediate)
This 3 day introductory course is designed for those who have never used, or wish to reconnect with, their analogue camera, and this beautifully slowed down process of image making. Initially, discussions will centre on how to make informed choices in exposure, composition, and use of the camera. A mini field trip will then take place around the college and locality to shoot under instruction, to ensure you get the most from your camera.
We will process the films together and make contact prints, so that the potential held in these small positives can be assessed, selected and then we will make enlargements. There are some cameras available to use, on a first come first served basis, but it is hoped students will have their own cameras. Paper for printing will be available to purchase at cost. 1 film, chemicals, and other materials are included in the course cost.
No experience is required, but those with some knowledge of the darkroom will also be catered for.
Max: 12 participants
Roseanne Lynch graduated from Napier College, Edinburgh in 1984 and is a practicing artist, exhibiting nationally and internationally. She holds a Masters (by Research) and is a lecturer at CIT CCAD and Cork School of Architecture.
Payment can be made in cash or by debit/credit card at the College office. Please make cheques/bank drafts payable to CIT Crawford College of Art & Design and returned with your booking form to: CIT CCAD Art Summer School, Sharman Crawford Street, Cork. Form available in office or click here to download.