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    The Zone IV Workshop by Fred Picker is much more approachable for a beginner than Saint Ansel's books IMHO, although they belong in any decent library of photographica as well.
    Fred's book lays out the basics of testing your paper and getting a good print in a pretty straight forward and easy to follow way.

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    Barbaum's book always blows my mind. That being said, I agree with bdial that something more approachable might be in order. I'd recommend Tim Rudman's "The Photographer's Master Printing Course: In Association with 'Amateur Photographer'." It's approachable and will answer everything you need to know for quite some time.
    "There is a time and place for all things, the difficulty is to use them only in their proper time and places." -- Robert Henri

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    Get a copy of "Photography" by Barb and John Upton. It covers all aspects of film photography, from theory to completed photo, as well as display. Good section on exposure, developing, and printing.
    Oh yea- I just happen to have a copy for sale cheap in the clasifieds.

    Rick

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    I concur with ralnphot... I have a copy of "Photography" by Uptoms that I bought for 75 cents (I got lucky) at a local library book sale. Very well written and covers many topics still very well applicable today.

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    I'm not sure if this site is comprehensive enough for you or not, but here it is:http://www.darkroomsource.net/

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