Yesterday at my local club, we had an introduction evening for the new members. We decided to start with an introduction to the studio equipment and a crash course on lightning. Therefore, plenty of gathering behind the LCD of another member's hitech digital camera to assess the effect of the lightning, etc. At the end of the studio session, I took out my Autocord to expose a roll for the rest of the introduction session, which was darkroom oriented. There was a lots of comments and jokes about this old fashion camera in the studio taking over the fancy all everything digital camera. Anyway, I shot somes and let everybody who would like to take a try to expose a frame before heading to the darkroom. There were not as many new members interested by the darkroom as there were for the studio, but nevertheless, even if Brazil was playing, I had 6 members who were willing to know about the "old" way of doing photography. In the same session, we went through film development, contact sheet and print. At, the end of the evening, we went through the whole process from exposing the film to have a nice print. At the time to hang the print in the club room, few of the digi members were still around and looked at the print. Then, one made my evening when he start expressing how amazed he was by the print quality of the picture we just made in the darkroom. It's always nice when someone is able to recognize quality.