LeiCaffenol – Caffenol Workshop in the Leica Gallery Salzburg

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Mark your calendars! I will teach a 2 days caffenol workshop from 31.08-01.09.2013 together with Marco Spalluto at the Leica Gallery Salzburg.

This 2 days workshop is suited for absolute beginners in film developing as well as for experienced users that already develop their films at home. No experience in film developing is needed for this workshop.

The only equipment needed is an analog 35mm camera and film. We have a small amount of loan cameras available.

We recommend using Kodak TMax 100/400 and Ilford FP4/HP5. If you would like to use other films please inform us in previous consultation. Almost any film including silde film and colour film works in caffenol. Colour films however will come out Black & White in caffenol.

Workshop topics include:

  • How to expose for caffenol
  • How will my film look like in caffenol?
  • Does any film work in caffenol?
  • What are the differences of all the recipes?
  • Push processing in caffenol
  • How to scan properly
  • Fighting Dust before and after the scan

The price including all equipment is EURO 220,–

Travel and accommodation is not included in the workshop price. Please contact us if you need assistance finding a suitable hotel to stay.

Workshop language is German and English.

To book your spot, please directly contact Lisa from the Leica Gallery per email: salzburg@leica-galerie.at or by phone: +43-662-875254

This Workshop is over. For new offers, please watch this space.

LeiCaffenol Workshop

I am looking forward to seeing you there, we will for sure have 2 wonderful days in a lovely city.


Dirk Essl is the founder of caffenol.org And has done a tremendous amount of coffee development in the past.


Radoslaw Pujan · June 28, 2013 at 9:03 am

Nice idea. I would gladly join if it was closer

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