Phil Mechanic Studios Public Darkroom

The Phil Mechanic Public Darkroom offers public access to film developing equipment (tanks, reels, a sink and chemicals), print making equipment (5 enlargers capable of printing 8mm to 4×5 negatives and developing trays up to 16×20 ) and a digital darkroom (Epson V750 Pro Scanner, Epson Stylus R2400 Printer and a variety of editing software). For more information on Asheville’s public darkroom and the variety of workshops offered check out The Phil Mechanic Public Darkroom website.

Local photographer Andrew Fedynak

Local photographers Andrew Fedynak and Bridget Conn

Local photographer Andrew Fedynak


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