Basic Bolex H16
- Date: Sat 19 October
- Time: 10.00am–4.00pm
Fee: £115 / Concession: £55
Spaces: 4 / Concession: 1
- Facilitated by: Rhea Storr
In this experimental one-day workshop, you will get an introduction to using the Bolex H-16 Reflex Camera. You’ll explore some key creative features of the Bolex and the standard operation: how to load the camera and how to expose film correctly. We will then take a trip around the nearby Olympic Park with cameras and 100ft each of B&W 16mm film stock.
During the workshop, you will learn:
- How to operate a Bolex H16
- Metering and exposure using a calibrated light meter
- Frame rate, shutter speed and their effect on movement cadence and exposure
- Optics and the effect of f-stop on depth of field and exposure
- Experimental techniques such as stop-motion and double exposure
- Indoor and outdoor shooting
The workshop fee includes the cost of 100ft of film stock, cost of development and digitisation which will be sent back to you after it has been processed. The film stock is subsidised by not/nowhere.
If you have any questions about accessibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
No experience necessary.
2 Warton House, 150 Stratford High Street, E15 2NE
Step free access and wheelchair accessible toilets available.
Underground: Stratford | DLR: Stratford High Street, Pudding Mill Lane, Bow Church | Bus: 25, 108, 276, 425, D8 (Stop M / Stop L)