Super 8 / 16mm Processing and Handling
April 28, 2018 — April 28, 2018
Saturday, 10am - 2pm
Learn the “throw your film in a bucket and pour chemistry all over it” method of hand processing Super 8mm Tri-X film, and how to care for and project your Super 8mm or 16mm negative.
Hand process an exposed roll of Super 8mm or 16mm Tri-X film step by step (yours or ours)
How hand processing differs from lab developing
Learn about pushing, pulling, bleach bypass, cross processing
Learn about alternative chemistries such as cyanotype, special brews and more
Options for digital transfers: do-it-yourself, NWFC services, commercial resources
Basic film handling (viewing, splicing, storage)
How to operate a Super 8mm projector
Options for rentals through the Equipment Room
Tuition includes hand processing of one roll of Super 8mm of 16mm Tri-X film and transfer of that one roll to digital. Inquire about additional rolls or transfers.
To learn about shooting Super 8, register for the companion workshop Super 8 Camera Operation.
To learn about shooting 16mm, register for 16mm Bolex Camera Operation.