- Date: Sat 2 May
- Time: 10.00am–5.30pm
Fee: £100 / Concession: £50
Spaces: 5 / Concession: 1
- Facilitated by: Jennifer Martin
In this one-day workshop, you will learn the basics of Super 8, learn to shoot on 50ft Kodak B&W Reversal film stock and lastly, learn how to hand-develop using a Lomo Tank.
This Super 8 workshop entails:
- A brief screening and discussion of work made using Super 8, focusing on its aesthetic qualities and flexibility of shooting
- Participants will learn the basics of loading, using and maintaining a Super 8 Camera
- Participants will then shoot in nearby Olympic Park 50ft rolls of Kodak B&W Reversal Film Stock each
- After the shoot, we will hand-develop together one roll of film from a pre-loaded Lomo Tank to demonstrate Caffenol ecological processing
- Lastly, we will project and view this developed film on not/nowhere's Super 8 Projector, showing how to load the projector
For the shooting portion of the day, you are encouraged to bring any colour filters, gels or objects to film through (bottles, plastic bags, sheets, etc.).
not/nowhere has basic Super 8 camera models which will be available to use; no personal camera is required, but participants may bring their own cameras if they so wish.
We will not develop the film that you shoot on the day. Participants will leave with their roll of film. We can offer suggestions on where to develop your film.
No experience necessary.
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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)