Film Photography: Using an Analog Camera to Capture Scenic Taipei: Dadalong Village and Confucius Temple

This unique photography class will teach you about analogue film cameras while being guided through a traditional Taipei district known for its Japanese and Qing period architecture and Taiwanese folk religious temples. Naomi and Min will start the class at their Minim Photographic Studio and Gallery where they will introduce you to the cameras and how to operate them. They will provide you with a 35mm camera to use and one roll of film to shoot. You will then have time to appreciate the slow photo process and take photographs on 35mm film as the group visits several interesting nearby locations including the lesser known part of Di Hua Street, Section 2, towards Dalongdong Village to see the impressive Taipei Confucius Temple. After the class, your instructors will develop and email the images to you; negatives will be delivered to the Center for your collection. You may choose to order prints for a small additional fee. Cost of film and developing are included.

Instructor: Naomi Goddard and Minsik Jung

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When
October 6th, 2020 10:00 AM through  1:00 PM
Location
Daqiaotou MRT Station, Exit 1
大橋頭捷運站一號出口
Taipei, 111
Taiwan
Contact
Mobile: 0228368134
Event Fee(s)
Hobbies & Skills NT$ 1,600.00

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