Ilford launches artisan analogue photography courses
In conjunction with Bradford College and the Yorkshire Craft Centre, Harman technology Limited, the makers of traditional Ilford B&W photographic products, are launching a new programme of courses designed to show how black and white images can be crafted using traditional films and papers.
Courses range from a one-day Pinhole Photography course through to a two-day intensive Creative Printing course. Those attending will learn how to shoot and create images using film then process and print their work in a traditional darkroom.
Bradford College has been delivering quality education and training for over 175 years and has a national reputation in a number of fields. Many famous artists, including David Hockney and Andy Goldsworthy, learnt their art there.
The courses will take place at the magnificent Yorkshire Craft Centre, adjacent to the Lister Building at Bradford College, where facilities include workshops, gallery, exhibition spaces and a cafe bar.
For further details about the courses, and how to book a place, visit http://www.ilfordphoto.com/artisan
To find out more about the history of Harman Technology in our Cool Britannia series grab your copy of the August issue of Professional Photographer magazine here http://www.buyamag.co.uk/Photography-Magazines/Professional-Photographer
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