Intro to Film Photography, Part 1

This is Part 1 of an introduction to film photography! We'll learn about the differences between film and digital photography. We won't take photos in this experience, but I'll take you through some of my own photos, show you how to pick different types of film, and then we can plan out the best location for Part 2 of this experience.

To explore this experience together, we can...: Think manual everything! We'll see buttons, and feel the weight of the camera. You'll feel the different metal camera fittings and also see how the different lighting and film affects your photos.
-: You'll see some of my photos, learn different camera settings and parts of the camera. You'll understand the difference between digital photography and film, and understand the patience that film photography takes!
-: You'll hopefully take away a new love of film photography and see how you might start to capture the right moment.
How many Kudoers could come at once?: 2 people at one time
This experience is:
Wheel chair accessible
Can be done with hearing impaired
Can be done with blind or visually impaired
This happens: at the Host's home
Getting here: What you need to know.
You may have to walk up a big hill.

Nearest skytrain station: New Westminster - New Westminster
Skytrain meetup: No: I can only meet at the experience location
Should I bring money: No money is needed. However, if you buy a roll of film, contributing $10 would be greatly appreciated.
What else should I bring: Feel free to bring a snack and dress for the weather in case we look at lighting outside. Bring your lovely self!
When you book it, the Host will need to know: I have two roommates who might be around. My house is on the top of a big hill.
Afterwards, you could go to: Join me at Photography with Film, Part 2!
Afterwards, you could attend: Check out a photography Meet-Up near you (www.meetup.com)
Afterwards, you could watch: "Film Speed & ISO Tutorial For Beginning Photography" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNyl9Sn-6rM
Reflection Questions
What did you learn from this experience?

Which of Soh-yon's photos did you like best?

What items, people, or places would you like to photograph?

Tags: photography, film, camera, focus, manual, New Westminster
Listing created 5 Jan 2017