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    Jerold, although I'm 46, you'll no doubt be surprised to learn that I'm you're long lost son, and I'm moving in with you!

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    Thanks for posting, that is a very classy and efficient set up.

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    Very nice set-up, as are the print displays. Do you also hang some of your prints in your office?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopaka View Post
    Very nice set-up, as are the print displays. Do you also hang some of your prints in your office?

    Bob
    Thanks, Bob. Yes, I have alot more wall space in my office so I have 50-60 prints there. Most of them are color but I am strictly B&W now.

    Murray, my daughter says no.

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    Jerold, I think that if I were your patient my therapy would consist of sitting in front of your prints for a while and then moving to the next wall of them. They seem to be serene (though it's hard to view them with the oblique angle and the reflective glass of the frames) and encouraging. Then I'd pay you your fee and leave refreshed and energized. Now that's a helluva good gig if there ever were one!! Tell you what....I'll record a mix of cello repertoire...mostly Bach's solo suites I think....that you could play for your patients to augment their visual therapy (or mine for that matter) and you could send me a small slice of your fee.... What a country!!
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    Here are some pictures of my current darkroom. After looking at the other darkrooms posted in this thread, I recognize some arrangements that I had previously used. My current darkroom is somewhere between a converted basement and a purpose-built darkroom. I still have to share the space with a workshop and a storage area.

    I never used a big darkroom sink (in which the trays would fit) and the Jobo instructions indicate it is not supposed to sit in a sink (though I see many people putting the Jobo in a sink). I just use a countertop and have used a setup similar to this in my first darkroom that I built in 1973.

    Another thing that is conspicuously absent is a water panel control unit. This is a B&W-only darkroom, and the Jobo units do all the tempering. A simple thermometer-spicket works fine. (Some day I may add a water control panel, but it is low on the list of needed things)

    The Enlarger area contains two Omega D5500 enlargers. I wound up getting one enlarger, then bought enough spare parts to make another. Rather than letting the spare parts sit around I put together a second enlarger. (Of course then I needed to get more spare parts to keep two enlargers running).
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    I think the imprecation against siting the Jobo in a sink is because most sinks slope and the Jobo wants to be level. It is a fairly simple matter to make a level base using a duck-board arrangement in a sloping sink. My sink is level so it's not a problem for me. A bigger problem is that I'm hopelessly messy and a flat wet-side bench would result in more liquid on the floor than in the trays ...

    I like the way you have used lots of cabinet space: things just get covered in dust on shelves. I do wish I could find those deep plastic laundry sinks in the UK - they look ideal for cleaning trays etc...

    Very clean lines you have there. Only suggestion I can think of is that you might want to consider some soft industrial rubber matting on that hard concrete floor.

    Cheers, Bob.

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    Jerold, although I'm 46, you'll no doubt be surprised to learn that I'm you're long lost son, and I'm moving in with you!
    Get in line buddy, Im the long lost son and Im older at 55!

    And really Jerold, can I call you Jerold?, how can you put such a fantastic set of pictures of photographs that should be in Home and Garden or some other magazine like Architectural Digest up on this forum, or maybe they already have been, and expect us to believe that you did all of the work alone? I bet you have a dozen assistants doing just the mat cutting and framing! And how perfect they are framed and matted. I am looking at my wall with four of my older photographs and after seeing your "little" display I think I had better get busy.

    P.S. I am still recovering from the pictures of your darkroom and now this, what's a man to do?
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand



 

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