Film Portrait and Darkroom Printing Workshop with The Portland Darkroom
Posted 09 January 2018
In celebration of Kodachrome and all things film, learn to print in a darkroom and make film portraits in a special workshop with The Portland Darkroom. Each workshop attendee will have the chance to take a portrait, have a portrait taken of them, learn how darkroom enlarging works, and create their very own "The Armory" branded gelatin silver postcard to take home. After the workshop, attendees will receive digital copies of their print via email.
Saturday, March 10
1 - 3 p.m. | $25
NOTE: This workshop will be at The Portland Darkroom's facilities
North Coast Seed Building
2127 N. Albina Ave #313
Portland, OR 97227
Interested in more events with The Portland Darkroom? Meet some members of the collective, and take a picture in a large format Polaroid photo booth at a Happy Hour, Sunday, February 25.
About Portland Darkroom
|Founded by seven former volunteers of the late Newspace Center for Photography, The Portland Darkroom is a member-supported community space for the practice of analog photography. Our mission is to keep film photography alive and accessible in Portland. Located in the historic North Coast Seed Building, PDR is a member-based, fully functional analog studio, with darkroom, film processing and scanning capabilities. We are a volunteer-run organization focused on providing a space for the practice of film photography and the community around this work. Learn more here.|
Attend this event for 250 points on PlayMaker! Look for a loyalty code to enter on PlayMaker to redeem your points. Sign up or sign in at pcsplaymaker.org
Don't miss Kodachrome.
Running February 3 to March 18 in the Ellyn Bye Studio.