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Warwickshire Open Studios 2018

Exhibition

The Darkshed door is officially open for visitors!
Running until the 1st July, 2018 prints from my latest project 'Allora, vediamo' and other landscape and documentary photography, handmade on silver gelatin paper are on display. You will be able to look around the darkroom and be shown the traditional, film photography techniques used to create the prints.

For those who wish see the process in full, I am running more comprehensive, free workshops and demonstrations that can be booked here. - they are filling up so get booking...

Prints in a variety of sizes, framed and unframed, zines and postcards are available to purchase and commisions and can discussed.
I look forward to seeing you soon,

John Whitmore Photography
wos@johnwhitmore.gallery


Part of Warwickshire Open Studios and Coventry Arts Trail
WOS Gallery

Opening Times - June 2018

Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
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10am - 7pm
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10am - 7pm
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closed
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11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully booked
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11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully booked
21
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully Booked
22
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully Booked
23
10am - 7pm
24
10am - 7pm
25
closed
26
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully Booked
27
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Workshop
28
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Workshop
29
11am - 5pm
6pm-7pm
Fully Booked
30
10am - 7pm
July 1st
10am - 7pm
WOS Gallery WOS Workshop

Workshop demonstrations

For Warwickshire Open Studios 2018 I am hosting FREE, 1 hour workshops on the craft of film photography. These will open to everyone who wishes to learn more about the film process and there will be an opportunity to even create your own print. Due to space restrictions these must be pre-booked and will run in the evenings.

Parking, light refreshments and toilets are available.


Film and Format

We shall start by looking at the different film formats from 35mm to 8x10 large format, colour (negatives and slide), black&white and a little bit of history.

Developing

Going from exposed film to a useable negative, techniques used for home development.

Enlarging

Most printed images these days are processed on a computer and printed using inkjet printers. Traditional methods involve enlarging the negative by passing light through it and onto light sensitive paper.

Mounting & Framing

Once the photogrpah has been produced it then needs to be displayed using the most appropriate and archivable method.


Please note : These demonstrations will take place in my darkroom and parts will be conducted under 'safelight' (subdued red-light)
If you are unable to attend at the allocated times, tours can still be given during regular opening hours.
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If you are unable to make these open studios please dont hesitate to get in touch - wos@johnwhitmore.gallery - to arrange a private viewing and sign up to my mailing list for information about future exhibitions, workshops, photowalks and film photography.
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