March & April


A day-long workshop about analog photography. You will learn the basics of film photography, get to shoot your own black & white film and develop it with an alternative process... coffee!

During this workshop you will be introduced to analog photography and the key techniques you need to confidently use a camera.

  • what is film and different film formats
  • types of cameras, lenses and their use
  • camera features: master exposure using ISO, lens aperture and shutter speed
  • focus
  • frame composition

Plus: all the theory that we will learn can be applied to digital photography as well!

Afterwards, you will be given a camera and a film roll and we will head out for a walk to shoot some pictures and apply what you just learned.

In the afternoon, you will get into the development process and learn how to use the chemicals step by step to develop your own film roll, using an alternative technique known as caffenol developing.

No previous knowledge is needed, open to everyone who would like to experiment with analog photography and film development.

Costs: CHF 200.- per person
Dates: Various dates to be defined in March and April, based on participants' registration
Time: Full Day
Location: Caffè Flims at Flims Base Station, next to the Ski School
Number of participants: min 4 | max. 6
Registration: To register and receive more information, simply send us an email to [email protected]