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Art in the dark

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In one of the few publicly accessible photography darkrooms in the metro area, students in Community Ed’s Darkroom Photography classes learn the arts and magic of transforming black and white film into prints. Camaraderie develops as film develops, and many students have taken these classes for years. Instructor Mike Riches designed the darkroom himself, drawing on his decades of experience as a photographer.

  • Instructor Mike Riches
  • Darkroom class

Photos by Darkroom Photography student Dale Bunn

About Justin Eslinger

Justin is the Graphic Designer for PCC Continuing Education. His responsibilities include designing departmental promotions, student support and customer relations. Justin has an Associates of Applied Science in Graphic Design from Portland... more »

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