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Denver Darkroom in Denver, Colorado
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Denver Darkroom
Website www.denverdarkroom.com
Year Established 1996
Program Description Workshops & on-going instruction emphasizing individual fine art style, including both technical & aesthetic work.
Number of Programs/Year 75
Program Length 1-7 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 6-8:1
Program Focus Fine Art, Wedding, Business, Darkroom, Artistic Technique, Digital, Landscape, Nude, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Technical, Travel, Large Format
Faculty Established photographers who exhibit nationally or internationally. Includes Standish Lawder, John Grant, Grant Leighton, Bernard Mendoza, Kevin O'Connell, Mark Sink, Ron Wohlauer.
Costs ~$150-$450 includes materials & model fees.
U.S. Locations Denver, Colorado
Months Year round
Contact Denver Darkroom
4037 Tejon St.
Denver, CO 80211
United States
Phone: 303-298-0164
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