Sunday – February 7, 2016
Class is limited to 10 participants
Regular Fee $120
TPS Members $110 – *for current Texas Photographic Society members
In this class we will explore the dreamy world of pinhole cameras.
Pinhole cameras can be made out of foam core, oatmeal boxes, old suit cases, old brownie cameras, etc.
Students will spend the first half of class making pinhole cameras and testing the cameras out by making exposures with light sensitive photographic paper.
After a bring your brown bag lunch break, everyone will meet at a nearby darkroom at the Canopy complex to develop the paper negatives in a darkroom.
Students Should Bring:
Oatmeal boxes, old brownie cameras or materials to build a camera
Old, battered clothing and shoes that you would not mind possibly getting stained or bring an apron or lab coat.
*a supply fee of $10.00 is included in the tuition to cover the cost of photographic paper
Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary.
Anthony Maddaloni is an award winning photographer and teacher specializing in darkroom craft and alternative processes. He exhibits nationally and in Austin and his work has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Austin American Statesman and Shots Magazine. He holds a BA in Photographic Fine Arts from SUNY Purchase, NY and has worked as staff photographer at The Harry Ransom Center and The Texas State Capitol.
The first half of class is held on site at:
2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #107, Austin, TX 78702 in the Flatbed Building
and will proceed nearby to:
Big Medium at 5305 Bolm Road, 78721 for darkroom time.