[Konvas] Fwd: The Super 8 Camera & Colour Negative Cross Processing Workshop
speedbird at acousticturtle.plus.com
Fri Feb 10 06:55:05 EST 2017
Some of you may be interested in S8. Still has a great following here.
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> From: "Gauge Film" <kevin at gaugefilm.co.uk>
> Date: 10 February 2017 at 09:00:05 GMT
> To: Michael Hatcher <speedbird at acousticturtle.plus.com>
> Subject: The Super 8 Camera & Colour Negative Cross Processing Workshop
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> The Super 8 Camera & Colour Negative Cross Processing Workshop
> 4th of March 10am-7pm
> On this workshop you will specifically learn how to expose Kodak's Vision 3 line of negative film stock with a Super 8 camera to attain a reversed, projectable image. The course also covers everything from basic camera operation (such as setting the viewfinder to your eye sight) to more advanced functions and features like slow motion, variable shutters, ee locking, time lapse, manual exposure and fades. You will gain an advanced understanding of how the camera and the film cartridge interacts with each other to determine ASA, filtration and mechanical indexing at the optical interface. Film and cameras will be provided on the day but please feel free to bring your own.
> In the evening you will learn how to cross process colour negative film with E-6 chemicals to achieve a positive image. This is done with adding baths and amending processing times. You will learn how to load, develop, splice, dry and project your cine film on the course. The reversal process will be explained thoroughly and after the workshop is complete you will fully grasp how light forms the colour reversal image. We will cover the best methods of practice in regards to unloading film from a cartridge and installing it into a lomo developing tank. We will also show you how to make your own home-built darkroom and drying racks.
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> Chapel Lane
> Dudley, West Midlands DY3 4PL
> United Kingdom
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