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    It is easier you think, once you have a formula in front of you.

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    dodging and burning for a start, though that may be pretty beginninger for some people. Another one is filters in printing, and filters in the actual photography of the negative.

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    IDK, it seems like it would be pretty hard to use a video in a darkroom unless you have a B&W video and a lot of red gel!

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    Most video recorders have an IR mode. I have posted several darkroom real-time shots here using that mode and a good portion of my DVD is shot in IR mode.

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    Ron, I was joking ;-)

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    For a project at school, I am going to be making videos of myself printing in a darkroom I set up at my house, and I'm going to go over and actually perform processes of printing, I won't touch on developing film, because among thousands of other videos, JBrunner has a good one on that subject. It'll be a how-to, and I'll make a thread once I'm done with a link to it. I'm not the most advanced photographer out there, but I know printing and somethings like dodge and burning by heart, so yeah, I'll get on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FilmIs4Ever View Post
    IDK, it seems like it would be pretty hard to use a video in a darkroom unless you have a B&W video and a lot of red gel!
    Au Contraire! See a younger, thinner me in "Printing with Fred Picker." I'm told Calumet has reissued it on DVD. We faked all the "under the safelight" stuff.

    I agree with those who say video is hard - I'm at about 40 productions now, most not in photography. I figger two to three hours per minute of final product. And so, I agree with those who agree with Gypsy Rose Lee: "never give away what you can sell." It's too much work to get only passing thanks, if that, for all the hard work.

    It's unreasonable to expect those who first have developed the expertise in photography, and then undertaken to put it on video and have it be good, to then give it away. The corollary is that I have found that free stuff is given value in accordance with its price.
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    Search on this site for the 'old' Fred Picker videos (http://www.fototv.com/). You'll find them under 'Darkroom>TheNegative'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    Bruce

    Search on this site for the 'old' Fred Picker videos (http://www.fototv.com/). You'll find them under 'Darkroom>TheNegative'.
    Cool! Copyright violation. Not that I own it, but were I Calumet, I might take umbrage.

    None of that helps my age or weight issues...
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    What makes you think they don't have a license for the material?

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