Reducing Setup Time and Working Efficiently in a Temporary Darkroom
One of the issues that's come up recently in a thread about using a scanner for proofing is that the motivation to scan rather than to make a contact sheet that involves contact between paper and negative is often directly related to the threshold for setting up the dark/bathroom.
I've had various makeshift darkrooms, and there is definitely a learning curve in making it work efficiently, and each temporary darkroom probably needs its own set of procedures to make it work efficiently, but I thought I'd start a new thread where those of us who use or have used a temporary darkroom can share what works.
I've also found an excellent thread on temporary darkroom design and made it a sticky--
--so let's try to keep the design discussion mainly in that thread and use this thread mainly to talk about making it work.