I processed the black & white film in the photography dark room. Unfortunately, the negatives came out clear, apart from a couple of frames. Will and I did ours together and as his turned out fine, I knew it wasn't the development process that was wrong. Allan, the Tutor, took a look at the negatives and confirmed that there is a problem with the shutter on the SLR.
So, with a sense of deflation, I purchased another film, signed out a College camera and set off to take more photos. Bye, bye lunch!
There is a beautiful church at Kingweston that is situated on the edge of the hamlet. It has good light there so I thought it was worth a try again today. It was very cloudy, however, the sun came out just as I parked the car... so hopefully I will have enough good photos for the critique on Wednesday morning.
With some trepidation I put the film through the development process and it worked perfectly. Thirty six negatives ready to print. This afternoon I managed to print three good photos, so I only need to do another 5 tomorrow. This will be the focus for Tuesday.
Gesso some more pages on Pathway Project sketchbook
Photograph Sketchbook Pages and load onto Blog (Move to half term)
MONDAY (PRINTMAKING DEADLINE)
Present Prints for critique
Present printmaking sketchbook
Select Prints for developing
Mount Pan Pipes onto Frame
Attach gold leaf to goat's horn