We teamed up with Camberwell College of Art to set a project for their third year BA Illustration students. We asked them to illustrate one of our many How To guides.
Earlier this year we were happy to once again team up with Camberwell College of Art to set a project for their 2020 third year BA Illustration students.
For the brief, we asked them to create an illustrated zine from one of our how-to guides on the website. The original idea was to sell the zines in the shop, to help people understand the manual processes involved in developing their own film, making redscale or disposing of their chemistry. Due to COVID-19 appearing in the middle of the project the students submitted digital files instead.
We were really impressed with the results and enjoyed seeing the different styles and approaches to answering the brief. We have featured some of the illustrations here.
Have a look and let us know what you think. If printed guides would be helpful, this is something we can think about for the future.
How To Develop Colour Film
Our guide to colour film processing will walk you through every step of processing colour negative film at home.
How To Develop Black And White Film
A guide to black and white film processing, everything you need to know to develop black and white film at home.
How To Dispose Of Film Developing Chemicals
It is important to know how to dispose of film developing chemicals correctly. This guide will explain the options for getting rid of your waste chemistry.
How To Make Redscale Film
In this guide, we will explain everything you need to know about Redscale film. We’ll walk you through every step of making and shooting it.
Guide To Film Formats
We explain what film formats there are, and discuss the differences between 35mm, medium format and large format film.