Film Photography

Despite advances in digital photography, film (analog) photography still has a strong fan base. Learn how to use a film camera and discuss its potential benefits compared to digital. Instruction starts with information specific to shooting with film: the net effect of using various types of film, loading film into a film camera, the relationship of ISO in digital vs ASA in film, and the capabilities of various types of film cameras. Also discuss lens options and get experience mounting lenses on a film camera. Unless you are a purist, shooting with film then making digital post-development image alterations offers benefits of both formats. Students will shoot with film, get negatives developed by a local camera shop, and with a digital camera scan the images into their computers for any post production needed.

Dates:June 5-26, 2019
 W from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, 4 sessions
Location:UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 400
Instructor:Vernetta Thomas
Fee: $199.00
Materials:Students will need a digital camera (DSLR), a film camera (SLR), and film.

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