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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    Yeah, but only glbeas posted some pictures in that thread. And it's often the pictures that make you think about new solutions to old problems.
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    Some additional work is still needed here. The room is about 18' x 12'. The sink is just over 10' long and 36" wide. Seen on the dry side is a Super Chromega F Dichroic II enlarger. The electronics area and the lens cabinet are not visible in this picture. There is a refrigerator for film and paper storage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    There was a thread on this a while back:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/showthread.php?t=4822
    Oh NO! Not again? I'm NOT going to show you Mine again!!!
    I love the smell of fixer in the morning. It smells like...creativity!
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    It's incredibly small (>2m x >1m), but it's my first darkroom, and all I really do in there is printing. My laundry is less than 5 paces away, so film developing and mixing of chemicals is all done in there instead. I've got a couple of tiny light leaks and I need to build a proper door this weekend, but after printing for the first time the other night it's got the potential to do everything I need it to for at least several years.

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    It has grown considerably since these photos where taken. I'll have to get some new ones taken to post.



    "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take"...Wayne Gretzky

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    Darkroom Portraits

    Well, it took over two years and is not perfect but it works
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Twiss
    Well, it took over two years and is not perfect but it works
    Hi Adrian,

    I really like your wet table. Was it custom made?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisC
    It's incredibly small (>2m x >1m), but it's my first darkroom, and all I really do in there is printing. My laundry is less than 5 paces away, so film developing and mixing of chemicals is all done in there instead. I've got a couple of tiny light leaks and I need to build a proper door this weekend, but after printing for the first time the other night it's got the potential to do everything I need it to for at least several years.
    Hi Chris,

    Maybe your darkroom is very small, but it looks very functional. My problem is that after twenty years of darkroom I have collected so much "neat" stuff that I am now forced to choose between he stuff I really need, and the useless gadgets. A cluttered darkroom with lots of features isn't always a joy to work in. Sometimes I spend more time rearranging and cleaning up than printing.
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    These picture tours have been very helpful to me. Thank you. I just noticed this excellent photo tour of Ed Buffaloe’s dark room on Unblinking eye and thought it would add to this thread. http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/DTour/DR01/dr01.html

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    All right. Here you go then.
    Please! Everybody try to stay with the group. I wouldn't want anyone wandering off and getting lost.
    If you would like to visit the wet side of my darkroom, please knock first and be kind enough to light a match when you are finished.
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    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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