RAYOGRAPHS AND HAND PROCESSING

In this two day workshop you will learn to create and manipulate Rayographs under Roger D. Wilson - Film Scientist.

Rayographs are created by placing objects directly onto the surface of light sensitive film stock and exposing the images to light using flashlights.  

Using 16 mm black and white film each student will learn to design, and expose their film using the Rayograph Technique; you will experiment with exposing objects of different sizes, shapes and transparency to create unique textures and tones to your film. Students will learn to hand process their experiments using black and white negative film developing techniques. 

On day two be prepared to get messy tinting, toning, bleaching and hand colouring your black and white Rayograph films. You will learn the difference between tinting your film and toning it to creating monochrome and duochrome images. Final films will be projected and results discussed at end of the second day.

 

RAYOGRAPHS AND HAND PROCESSING  
NOVEMBER 19 AND NOVEMBER 26, 2016
SATURDAYS  12PM - 5PM
2 SESSION – 10 HOURS
LOCATION: SPAO
ROGER D. WILSON
LEVEL: BASIC | $275

Photo by: Roger D. Wilson