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In this hands on 2 hour workshop, you will learn how to hand develop your film. Once dry, Emily will digitally scan your negatives and provide you with a link to download the files at a later date.


This is a private workshop where you can work at your own pace.


What is eco film developing?

In this session you will learn how to develop your B&W film using the cafenol process - a DIY developer created by mixing coffee, vitamin C and washing soda. This workshop is aimed at those who have in interest in creating art in an environmentally conscious way. The results may vary due to its experimental nature, so I recommend shooting a 'test film' to get your started.


Who is this workshop suitable for?

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience. You might be a complete beginner, or even just looking for a refresher!


What do I need to bring?

You will need to bring an exposed black and white film - preferably ILFORD HP5 shot at 400ISO.

If you would like advice on which films are suitable for hand developing feel free to contact me


How do I book?

Payments are accepted in full directly through this website. Add the workshop(s) to your cart and choose your payment option. Please note the cancellation policy found here


How do I arrange my workshop?

Once you've booked, Emily will be in touch to arrange your workshop(s). If you do not hear from me within a couple of day please get in touch. I'm a one person team.

Eco Film Developing

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