I love the look and feel of Joe's work. I have seen some videos of him and uses all 35mm and is not scared of using high iso films. The look of his prints and scans are absolutely beautifull. Here is a quote from an article I just read on his film developing methods. "Lighting is critical in his wedding work, and Joe is always looking to capitalize on available light. I shoot with fast films, and my film gets processed by inspection, a long-lost art. While its in the developer, my guy will take the film out and look under a green light to see how much further it has to be processed before it gets pulled out of the developer. That way, its right where it needs to be. The grain is very fine, and its got beautiful contrast to it. I can get away with shooting at 3200 and 6400 without having my photos be underexposed or muddy-looking. Joes F6 is still a core part of his wedding work. I feel the F6 is probably one of Nikons flagship camerasit is my favorite camera, he says." Is anyone here familar or currently using this method? Whats your take? I am guessing you need a darkroom to do it. I was thinking it would be the ultimate way to develop film especially if your shooting under pressure ie weddings and worrying about development later.