Congratulations, Scott! Well deserved.
OK, I understand ...
Yes it is, but you would need to attach some kind of margin to your negative, or punch holes in it. I also don't like the idea of making holes in my paper, as I like to use the entire sheet, including the edges, as part of my image.
Is it not possible to use register pins like in the lithographic business?
Good going, Sean, sounds like a sensible move, but why is the font in the responses to this blog like Zone IX on Zone X?
Originally Posted by keithwms
Thanks John, I'll get it for sure!
Hopefully my copy will arrive next week
Good work Sean. I think it was a good decision for you to make. Let's hope that this will make your life a lot easier and maybe be able to get out and take some photos!
who was it that said "a great general knows how to delegate?"
same thing here. delegating some responsibility helps to make everyone's life(well, yours Sean in this case ) easier in the long run.
and hopefully to make this forum even better!
thanks for the update!
Congratulations, Lori! That's fantastic.
I also had the good fortune of buying a house with a semi functional darkroom. Sink and shelving, but the water supply was a couple garden hoses. Had a plumber take care of that a couple of years ago, so we are up and running.