Phoenix Film Revival
Open Lab (Drop-In)
Gain access to the lab to process your film, make prints, or scan! The lab is stocked with chemistry so you don’t have to worry about bringing your own but be sure to bring paper if you print!
*** If you are processing more than 1 roll of film, chemistry for each additional roll is $5. B&W print chemistry is provided at no charge. ***
Open Lab (MEMBERS ONLY)
Color Film Processing 101
LEARN TO PROCESS YOUR OWN COLOR FILM!
Bring in an exposed roll of color film and we'll walk you through the process showing you step-by-step how to develop color film. In addition to processing your film we will give a quick tutorial on how to scan your film once it has been processed as well as scan your roll that we develop for the workshop.
Required: (1) roll of exposed C-41 process color film. (35mm or 120 format)
Black & White Film Processing 101
LEARN TO PROCESS YOUR OWN BLACK & WHITE FILM!
Bring in an exposed roll of black and white film and we'll walk you through the process showing you step-by-step how to develop. In addition to processing your film we will give a quick tutorial on how to scan your film once it has been processed as well as scan your roll that we develop for the workshop.
Required: (1) roll of exposed black and white process film. (35mm or 120 format)
Darkroom Printing 101
MAKE YOUR OWN DARKROOM PRINT!
Learn the basics of printing with black and white film. We’ll start by making a contact sheet of your black and white negatives and show you how to read your negatives for optimal printing. Then we’ll go over all the steps to make a final 8x10 print while discussing tips, tricks and techniques for best print and shooting methods.
Required: (1) roll of processed black and white film.
Gain access to the darkroom during open hours to process, print, and scan your film. Currently open hours are Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6pm to 10pm and members only on Wednesday night from 6pm to 10pm.
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• Black & white print chemistry is provided. Printing paper is not.
• Chemistry for 8 rolls per month included. (Additional film chemistry is available at $5 per roll.)
• Scanner access is free. (First served basis)
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