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    How often do you print?

    In another thread it was mentioned that at least two people were going to go print tonight...as am I.

    While my Kallitype is exposing, I was just wondering how many others were printing tonight.

    Then I got to wonderin' how often folks here print in general.

    Me? I am printing probably 3-4 nights a week, and am printing Kallitypes exclusively.

    Just curious...that's all.
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    I spent most of today processing film does that count?

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    Sometimes i only get to print once every couple months depending on how busy i am with work. Earlier this year i worked straight for 4 months and never got a day in. I'm addicted to 16x20's so it takes some time with setup an washing, etc.
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    I don't have my own darkroom, I print at the local community college. The darkroom is only open on Saturdays between 9:00 and 3:00 and on Thursdays between 6:30 and 10:00 so at best I can only print twice a week. I usually try to make both days, but occasionally can't make one or the other.
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    Im printing some Palladium prints tonite (thanks to jeremy moore). printed earlier this morning as well.

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    Not as much as I'd like to...

    And in the past 8 months not at all because first we moved, then I started building a darkroom from the ground up as a new outbuilding at the house we bought, and it isn't finished yet. But cross your fingers, I'm hoping to finish it in the next two weeks...

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    Same here - it's been 6 months. We also moved and I'm having to start from scratch. The good news is that my BIG (to me) new darkroom is coming right along. All the plumbing is run and the floor is almost ready to seal.

    Bruce

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    I get a printing session in about once every couple of months. I develop film every couple of weeks. I hope to increase the frequency of both once my children are grown.

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    Not as often as I'd like. Setting up to do it is a chore and sometimes I just don't feel like doing it. However, I am also in the midst of trying to declutter my living room (where I do my printing) and office (where I'd like to be able to do my printing) so I hope to finish by Christmas. Of course, developing film is a similar chore, but once the Jobo is loaded, it's not so bad.
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    As I am currently without a darkroom, not much, but when I have one, at least once a week if not more.
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