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It's all black & white at the British Science Festival 2011.....

The British Science Festival is one of Europe's largest science festivals, taking place each September. Each year the Festival travels to a different UK location, bringing you the latest in science, technology and engineering. For 2011, it will take place in the historic city of Bradford from Saturday 10th September - Thursday 15th September, hosted by University of Bradford and Bradford College.

A special one-day 'hands-on' Workshop focussing on the insights into recent product developments, the history of photography, and explorations into the works of black and white darkroom printers will be hosted by Ilford Photo, in conjunction with Bradford College Photographic Department. Entitled 'Faster than the Speed of Light', visitors to this Workshop will also get the first look at the Harman TiTAN 4x5 pinhole camera.

The afternoon includes a photographic studio workshop and darkroom workshop. One of the UK’s master printers will demonstrate the making of a black and white print, and give participants the opportunity to work alongside them in producing pictures through this conventional process.

Admission is free, but booking is required. Details of the Workshop can be found here, and the full agenda here.

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