Up in the Hunter Valley is the historic town of Wollombi. This very picturesque town affords ample opportunity to photographers, and I have been visiting the area for years to just that. Now, I am excited to be able to share my insights to Film Photography, with an opportunity to explore and photograph the town.
The event is an afternoon film photography walk around on one of the local properties and the town, itself. The event starts with some lunch at 12:00, then we will have a introduction to Black & White film photography, how I approach photographing both people and landscapes and then we head out to photograph around the area. It will run until 4:30, where you can regroup at the local pub or head back home.
Regardless if you have a film camera or a digital one, why not join us on Saturday, 2nd of March for both lunch, or just the photographic walk in Wollombi. If you don’t have a film camera, you will still get a lot out of the afternoon. The aim is to be informative, to discuss photography in general and to talk shop about my favourite film types. I don’t expect you to be a film nerd, but if you are, all the better to share what you know as well.
When: Saturday the 2nd of March at 12 noon for lunch, 1pm for event
$200.00 Film photography walk and talk with lunch.
$175.00 Film photography walk and talk only.
Booking: Tickets through Eventbright
Before the event:
We like to hear from you, and we will send more you details. Also, if you want lunch, we will discuss options and dietary requirements. Sarah is a chef, and will make sure you have a great lunch.
We will be walking:
We will walking around Wollombi, and so wear shoes suitable for the bush. You don't need hiking shoes, good walking shoes are ideal.
I have made arrangements with Chris Reid from Blanco Negro to hand develop and proof Black and White film for $35.00 a roll. Chris is a master photographic printer and I recommend him to anyone. If you are only after scans, we can arrange to get the film processed, scan and dropbox'd back to you for $25.00.
This is up to a maximum 10 people. If you are a larger group, please contact us to discuss what we can do for you.