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What’s in a picture? Anyone can take a photo, but understanding photography as a powerful tool to communicate can truly change the world.  At the Hart House Camera Club, we believe a solid grounding in photographic techniques is only one part of creating compelling images that communicate volumes.  A subtle medium, photography is endlessly flexible in meeting your needs to create, express, witness, or simply just have some fun.  So, clearly, there’s a lot in a picture and that includes you.

In addition to offering darkroom facilities to develop and process film, HHCC also provides a wide variety of photography courses designed to improve skills and deepen photography as a creative practice. Take a class, improve your skills, discover your talent, and share with other photography lovers.

 

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Beyond the Cellphie

 

Talk about selfies and phone photograph, everyone welcome.

 

Monday Jan 22nd, 2018 6:30-8PM in the Bickersteth Room at Hart House

Photowalk to Evergreen Brickworks

 

Meet at Hart House Hub on Jan 6th, 2018 at 12:30 PM. We will then subway to Castle Frank station and walk to the Brickworks.

Bring your own camera and TTC fare. Everyone is welcome!

Film Development Basic Workshop

 

Workshop introducing the process to convert undeveloped film to negatives for printing/scanning. 

 

Everyone are welcome and no experience needed. Participants are encouraged to bring their own rolls of undeveloped film.

 

Monday December 18th, 2017 1 - 2 PM at the darkroom in Hart House. This is a monthly workshop, January workshop date TBD

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