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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 Allan Gardens

 

Meet at Hart House Hub on Jan 6th, 2018 at 12:00 PM. We will then walk to Allan Gardens.

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

 

NOTE: Photowalk location and date changed due to the trails conditions in Evergreen Brickworks area

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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