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St Paul's Darkrooms are running a series of courses on traditional photography during January and February which might prove of interest to members. The courses cover subjects ranging from getting to know your camera through darkroom techniques to basic studo lighting. Details can be seen by following this link.
The darkroom is a purpose built photography facility, for the practice of traditional "silver", wet-based photography. The centre teaches some of the oldest photographic techniques still available. Through alternative and archaic "chemical" processes, they aim to highlight the continuing and relevant use of these methods in use today, along with the growing revival of analogue photography. These public access darkrooms are open 7 days per week and are located at St Paul's Learning and Family Centre, 94 Grosvenor Rd, St Pauls, Bristol BS2 8XJ, tel: 0117 914 5470. Their website can be found here.