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Creating a Portfolio: Photographing and Printing Flowers

You will learn how to produce your own portfolio ready, well-crafted, black and white prints, through a project exploring the photographic potential of flowers.
Kentish Town
In-person
£600 pp
Intermediate
What happens in this class?

The course is aimed at participants with some knowledge of practical photography rather than beginners, and will enable you to produce inventive, high quality work.

Over four consecutive Sunday sessions there will be instruction and support in:

Camera functions and control

Lighting control: Indoor and outdoor

Film processing

Printing technique and craft

Concept development

Critiquing your own and other’s work

Making final prints

There are countless approaches to photographing flowers, whether as a thing of beauty or as a representation of a concept. This course will explore various approaches to photographing flowers, starting by considering the work of established…

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Things to remember

You will need to have your own 35mm/120 camera and provide black and white film of your choice. Photographic paper will be provided for the basic teaching stage, but you will need to bring your own paper for portfolio/exhibition prints. Advice and guidance will be given as to…

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Booking Options

There are no upcoming dates for this class. Let the teacher know about your interest and you will be notified when new dates are added.

You will only receive an email from us if new dates are added for this class, you will not receive any marketing emails, and that's a promise!

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Age Requirement

18

Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Your Teacher
Teacher

Darkroom is a fantastic new facility in Camden Town in north London where you can work comfortably to produce high quality black and white photographic prints. In addition to being a co-working spaces for members to work, we offer a range of informative and enjoyable workshops covering both traditional and alternative photographic practices. These are run by highly qualified, experienced practitioners.

Verdi Yahooda is an artist and photographer. Her area of expertise lies with analogue photography and darkroom processes. She has exhibited at The Photographers Gallery, London; John Hansard Gallery, Southampton; Ffotogallery, Cardiff; The Ein Harod Museum, Israel; Yale…

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Class Location
Darkroom
Kentish Town
71 Marsden Street
UNIT 10, BURMARSH WORKSHOPS
NW5 3JA
London

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Creating a Portfolio: Photographing and Printing Flowers

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