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    I finally got around to making some digi-snaps to email family, so it's about time I posted them here as well.
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    Nice and roomy! I have space envy...

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    Nice set up!

    Can you tell me what the light box diffusser is made of and where you picked it up in the GTA?

    Todd in Orangeville

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    Thanks Todd, and Kino.

    The Light box is home made and the diffuser is just "opal" plastic sheeting. I got it from a local plastics company, of which there are many here in the Mississauga area. The trick with this stuff is to get the opaque kind and the right thickness, which is basically the thickest you can afford. It is sold by a lot of plastic companies because it is used in sign-making so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy
    I finally got around to making some digi-snaps to email family, so it's about time I posted them here as well.
    It looks very well organised.
    Regards Dave.

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    Some of you have very nice darkrooms, but what about this one (my own darkroom that is) - the toilet darkroom in my one-bedroom apartment, aka "tha place 2 be". The enlarger on top of the washing machine, paperbox on top of the toilet seat and dodging cardboards on the floor next to the washing machine. And this magical setup combined with my apartments window placement -- all windows on the same wall = no draft / no ventilation!
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    PMU,

    Hey, that's a great setup. From the looks of your gallery, it seems to work perfectly well for you! Very nice job on both.

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    PMU, that's a fine darkroom you have set up there. I am sure it smells better than mine. A word of advice: if you remove the toilet seat, be quick to close up the hole.
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    Keeping The Dark In

    I am new to this forum but not new to photography. I have built several darkrooms for myself and former students. Each one presents challenges based on room size, available power, plumbing, etc. My newest darkroom is built in our single car garage (separate from our two-car garage). When shopping for a new home my wife and I made it a priority to find a plan that would allow us to build a darkroom without too much fuss or remodeling. I did all of the work myself from framing, electrical, plumbing, drywall, cabinetry, countertops, sinks, door installs, etc. I hired nothing out and did it all solo. I started in early July 2004 and finished in November of same year. It was more work than I anticipated but well worth it. The darkroom takes up about 1/2 of the 11' x 22' garage (about 130 sq. ft). Let me know what you think?
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    Nice job!
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