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    Thanks for the free advice :-)

    Hi all,

    My first two evenings in my basic darkroom have been very enjoyable. I want to say thanks to everyone who answers questions about darkroom design and enlarging here; scanning this forum convinced me to give printing a try, and I'm so glad I did.

    So the learning curve is steep and I'm just getting started, but I can see already this is going to be a long term affair. This is fun. :-)

    Jeff






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    Very good print!
    Digital is best taken with a grain of silver.

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    Very well done. Awesome subject. Keep on doing that.
    Thank you.
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    I can see you are developing good darkroom skills very quickly, way to go! This can be a very absorbing hobby totally apart from the camera-photography aspect.
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    I wish I could have produced prints as good as that when I first went into a darkroom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    I wish I could have produced prints as good as that when I first went into a darkroom.
    Thanks Steve. I almost feel like I've been cheating; there is such a wealth of resources for darkroom set-up and processes that I think I skipped a lot of frustration and confusion. I still know very little and these are obviously the prints of a novice, but between JBrunner's DVD and a few web pages that were linked from here, well even I can make a print.

    Jeff



 

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