Saturday, March 14 - 11:00AM to 11:45AM
Photography has transitioned from darkroom to digital, trading enlargers and chemicals for computers and mice. Along the way, we've lost something: the role of the hand-that ability to create truly one-of-a-kind photographic and artistic works in the darkroom. Now there are new processes for the digital era that mimic, replace, and extend classic photographic techniques, or create entirely new images. These school-safe, non-toxic processes restore the role of the hand and allow students, instructors, photographers, and artists to hack their work to differentiate themselves and express their creative voice in ways never before possible.