Leicester Lo-Fi

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We’ve been setting simple alternative photography projects for folk to do at home. We hope to put on an exhibition of the work produced for these when we can reopen the darkroom – visit our projects page for more details.

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Well, another 3 weeks in lockdown – lets do something else Lumenprints!! These are fab to do, especially with the nice weather. Basically, it’s one of the oldest photographic processes, you place stuff on top of the light sensitive paper, hold in place with plastic or glass and leave outside for a few days/weeks.  All

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Due to the current situation, the build on the new darkroom has been put on hold until its safe to continue. In the meantime, we want to remain active in the community and here on social media, so we are proposing a little project for people to get involved with at home – we’re calling it

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Well, the time has come for us to move out of our current darkroom space. Yellowbean Studio has been good to us for the time we’ve been here, but it’s not a viable option financially anymore. Our last opening day for film and darkroom processing will be tomorrow Wednesday 23rd October, join us in saying

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T-Shirts!!

We have a TeePublic site that has Leicester Lo-Fi T-shirts and hoodies for sale (currently 12 designs). The majority of the shirts are printed and shipped from Europe, but sometimes, if you order a particular colour or style it will be shipped from the USA which could result in an import Tax charge (Any mugs/stickers/notebooks/phone

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We’ve not updated the website in a while, things have just been ticking along. We have plans for a new exhibition in the works, as well as some ideas for some big projects for over the summer and into the rest of the year. In the meantime, we’ve put together a few workshops to take

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Over the next few months we will be offering workshops in all sorts of interesting and exciting analogue techniques and processes – head over to the workshops section to check them out and book.

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This week sees the start of our final Arts Council course – Plastic Fantastic – there’s still places available, so if you fancy have a play with some weird plastic cameras, or you wand to learn how to process your own colour and black and white film sign up via our workshop page (link in