I went to a Photography Workshop in Poland, where I made my own pinhole camera from scratch and I developed my own photos in the dark room, using different solutions (developer, fixer, stopper, some agents and a lot of water). I measured the exposure time, considering the weather and and the time of the day and I used a black and white film iso 400/27, This is the result of my work:
I took 23 photos in total but I decided to post only 3 of my favourite shots. The first picture was taken in Plac Wolnosci at night (15 minutes exposure time), being called "15 minutes". I took the second one at a restaurant and I choose it because I like the perspective created by the camera, enlarging and distorting the extremities. It is called "Dinner affair". The third photo represent myself, and I called it "Bipolar" (neon light - 2 minutes exposure time). Furthermore, we had an amazing exhibition at the end of the workshop, with our finest photos.
I also took part of an exhibition organised by my school, after I came back from Poland.
It was a real challenge for me to learn to work in photoshop. I knew how paint works but it cannot be compared to photoshop which is a complex software. I had to learn everything from 0. After my teacher explained and showed me how it works, I took three of my photos and I played with them, using different techniques.