Darkroom Photography 

A darkroom is a workshop used by photographers working with photographic film to make prints and carry out other associated tasks. It is a room that can be made completely dark to allow the processing of the light sensitive photographic materials, including film and photographic paper. Various equipment is used in the darkroom, including an enlarger, baths containing chemicals, and running water.

Darkrooms have been created and used since the inception of photography in the early 19th century. Darkrooms have many various manifestations, from the elaborate space used by Ansel Adams[1] to a retooled ambulance wagon used by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.[2] From the initial development to the creation of prints, the darkroom process allows complete control over the medium.

As a unique component of studying Photography as Narrative students will be actively involved in establishing a darkroom at the school . Before we can do this we need to familiarise ourselves with what part of the production workflow in  Analogue photography take place in the darkroom

 

 

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