If you thought film was dead, think again. A group of local photographers have come together to create the first all-new, public access darkroom in Leeds City Centre.
Aire Street Darkroom is less than two minutes’ walk from Leeds train station. Hidden within the Victorian architecture of Aire Street Workshops, the professionally-resourced, light-tight lab offers a range of wet print facilities for photographers of all abilities.
It’s a hub where anyone can learn to process and print monochrome images using traditional techniques, and the demand is soaring. In a world dominated with digital noise and radio ga ga, the humble black and white photograph is enjoying something of global revival. But many dedicated photographers would argue that its appeal never went away...
I'm just getting used to my new exposure...
Instructing film photography, developing and printing in the darkroom.