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    I've got a complete darkroom, pretty busy, D2 35mm-4x5 black and white, running water, big Pakomax, floral wallpaper. Easels up to 16x20, mostly printing 8x10, often on 11x14 paper, separate framing-matting area. Crowded.

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    Very cool. Elias and Bill...You are both quite close
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsouther View Post
    Got a jobo for doing color and lots of old e-6 chemistry when I feel like lugging it out. Only thing I really wish to add is a dry mount press. Anybody got one they don't need? Cheap?
    This is an ongoing quest of mine also.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    LaPete Labs near South Station seems to be still running. I'd like to visit them sometime.
    Those who know, shoot film

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    Saratoga Springs, NY is almost New England - my darkroom handles 4x5 film and prints up to 11x16 in b&w. Theoretically, it could handle larger film or prints, and I have done both E-6 and Cibachrome color using essentially the same equipment in a previous darkroom.
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    I've got a permanent darkroom in Midcoast Maine for B&W. (Color I do digital). Chromega-B for 35mm/6x6 and a Beseler cb7 with a dichroic head for 4x5. I print mostly 8x10 but sometimes 5x7 and 16x20. There's a few other people around with darkrooms too, probably not too many though.

    Last edited by jp498; 08-29-2010 at 06:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    This thead is great. Fun set up jp498
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    I have a full color and B&W darkroom here in Seacoast area, NH. Can do up to 4x5 sized film, paper up to 20x24 at least and probably larger.

    There's a few where I work too (UNH), mostly B&W, though they might do some color too.

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    working darkroom

    450 sq. ft. darkroom for silver and Pt. / Pd. printing in central Connecticut.

    Annual Large Format and darkroom weekends plus individual darkroom instruction by appointment.
    Real Photographs are Born Wet !
    http://www.steve-sherman.com

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    This post makes me feel better. I thought I was all alone up here.

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