Community darkroom and photo studio available in Penryn

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Fish Factory Arts CIC, after a succesful fundraising campaign, has built a photographic studio and black and white photo darkroom in their new space in Penryn, Cornwall.

The spaces are available to hire and provide an affordable option for artists and photographers to access these facilities.

The facilities available include:

  • B&W darkroom with 35mm and medium/large format enlarging and b&w film developing.
  • Professional photo studio with fixed 8ft x 8ft wall for photographing work and 2.72m assorted paper backdrop rolls
  • Bowens Esprit flash lighting set-up with softboxes and spotlights
  • 16mm steenbeck film editor and 16mm film projector

The space is also being used to run inductions and workshops for the local creative community with a pinhole camera workshop with local artist Stuart Robinson the first to utilise the newly completed space.

If you are interested in using the facilities or would be interested in running your own workshops contact Rose at [email protected]

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