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    DARKROOM DESIGN BOOK

    Book: Building a Home Darkroom

    This is a KODAK Workshop Series book, 8.5 x 11 inches 96 pages. It covers all aspects from planning the workflow to giving instructions for the actual construction (carpentry, wiring and plumping) that you can do yourself. IT is an excellent book. I especially like the part that shows many home darkrooms.

    I am also throwing in an older Kodak publication that is a 8-page Kodak darkroom building guide that is helpful but nearly as detailed as the book.

    These are useful if your are re-working an area or building a new darkroom from scratch. It also gives info on “shared areas”. It seems my darkrooms always have a washing machine in them.

    Book is like new.


    Both for $10 including shipping to US address.

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    Very highly recommended...

    This is the reference I worked from in designing and building my own darkroom. I probably couldn't count the number of hints or suggestions I ended up using or modifying/using, making this possibly the most useful Kodak publication I ever purchased.

    If you are currently building - or contemplating building - a home darkroom, jump on this offer. I know there's no way I would let my copy go for this price. And my darkroom has been structurally complete now for years.

    Ken
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