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    Darkroom revival in high school

    According to Amateur Photographer

    http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk...hYVgJq2RoteIQk.

    Matches up with my experience teaching this age group in the US.

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    Nice little article, and I agree 100% with what David and Mathew have to say in it.

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    Sure is nice to hear!

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    Very interesting.

    Over here I know not a single school that still has/runs a darkroom.

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    My daughter just entered High School (9th grade) and is taking a "traditional" film photography course.

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    Thanks for sharing this article. It gives me cause to see if there are any schools in our area doing any of this. I would doubt it, but I might be pleasantly surprised.

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    One of my friends and a chemistry teach in high school often uses traditional photography as a means to engage students and teach a variety of topics. How many subjects can be instructed that help children understand physics, chemistry, art, history, and creativity?
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