Ready to start shooting and developing film at home? Join Eastman Museum's Historic Process Specialist Nick Brandreth and CineStill’s Customer Solutions Manager Andre Domingues for a month-long workshop, where you’ll learn:
- How to set up your own at-home lab
- How to process black-and-white and color film
- Tips and tricks to make the process simpler
- And learn to care for your film throughout the process!
In addition to the four one-hour sessions, you’ll get expert advice from CineStill and the Eastman Museum and connect with a cohort of fellow film fans.
This workshop is perfect for beginners who are ready to try out roll film, and amateurs who want to hone their craft.
Limited to thirty participants.
- 4 one-hour classes of instruction and Q&A via Zoom
- Saturday, October 1, 12 p.m. EDT
- Saturday, October 8 12 p.m. EDT
- Saturday, October 15, 12 p.m. EDT
- Saturday, October 22, 12 p.m. EDT
- Resources that include instructions and tips
- Recording of the workshop
- It is strongly recommended that registrants actively participate in this workshop. A list of suggested materials will be sent following registration.
- Participants will receive a special discount on materials needed for the workshop, including film, chemistry, and processing equipment.
- Please note, price of film, chemistry, and materials is not included in registration
- International students should contact CineStill at [email protected] for information on getting certain supplies that cannot be shipped.
Pricing (does not include suggested materials)
- Eastman Museum Members: $200
- Nonmembers: $225
- High-speed internet connection
- Zoom (latest version)
- The museum is not responsible for troubleshooting technical issues of attendees; please test your connection and access prior to attending at zoom.us/test.
Workshop Refund Policy
- The museum offers refunds up to ten working days before the event.
- Tickets are transferable to another attendee up to five working days before the event.
- The museum is not responsible for outages, technical issues, and issues with connectivity experienced by the attendee.
- We strongly recommend testing all technology and software prior to the event.
- In the case where the museum is unable to do the event due to technical issues, all tickets will be refunded or the event will be rescheduled.
- Attendees who are unable to attend, but are still interested in learning the skills, can be sent a recording of the workshop. Please contact [email protected] for more information.
- For questions relating to CineStill products, please contact [email protected].
About Eastman Museum
World's foremost museum of photography and cinema located on the historic estate of George Eastman, the pioneer of popular photography. Experts in historic photographic and moving image processes, the Eastman Museum’s Darkroom offers a range of virtual learning opportunities in these mediums.
CineStill is an innovative analog photography products company dedicated to demystifying film photography for the modern enthusiast and providing customers with the highest quality film stocks, chemical solutions, and digitizing tools on the market. CineStill is a leader in the industry and a respected brand among consumers. The team consists of passionate photographers from a wide variety of backgrounds.