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    This is mine:

    located in the hobbyroom, 4 x 2,8 meter. I occupy about 3 meter on one side.
    Two enlargers but no sink. I use large trays to collect all spoiled liquids. The bathroom is only 8 meters away.

    As all is freshly installed, the safe light is missing and the place is still clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Handy for an emergency with all those liquids flowing and the door shut tight...
    Rodinal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Rodinal?
    I didn't know Rodinal was diuretic
    Søren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren
    I didn't know Rodinal was diuretic
    Søren
    It is all things to all ......

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    My darkroom measures 8 x 6 feet and is spacious enough to be very comfortable. I love portrait photography but don't find enough opportunities regularly to shoot that style. To keep me inspired, however, I tack portraits shot by others on the wall in front of me, next to my Saunders dichroic enlarger and this reminds me to go out and find people who want to be photographed. I intermittently switch from male to female portraits to remind me not to discriminate out in the field. The attached photo shows a portion of my darkoom I captured with Acros 100 and my 28mm Leica lens. The photo of twin brothers was copied from a book with my copy stand, my 60mm macro lens, my R8, and Technical Pan. What looks like grain is really the particle board the walls are composed of. Meanwhile, if you like portraits, bridges, landscapes, city life, etc., rotate photos you have obtained via your camera or from any other source on your darkroom walls and this will inspire you likewise!
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    Dark/Bathroom

    For those who wonder how to manage in a Manhattan dark/bathroom, here are two quick snapshots I made yesterday. One shows my contact printing setup, and one shows my enlarger in place. That's the APUG Group Print Exchange #3 in the fixer there.
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    Geez David! Are you Spiderman or something??? Where were you to take these photos??? :o
    Jeanette
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    Heh. Using a wideangle attachment on a non-analogue image-capture device held above my head, and for the one including the enlarger, standing on the edge of the bathtub, trying to hold still at 1/4 sec. and keep my feet out of the picture.
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    Darn, I was hoping you were at least Peter Parker! haha
    Jeanette
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    For those who wonder how to manage in a Manhattan dark/bathroom, here are two quick snapshots I made yesterday. One shows my contact printing setup, and one shows my enlarger in place. That's the APUG Group Print Exchange #3 in the fixer there.

    Motivation is all you need!
    Very good organisation in there!
    With such a 'drive', good results are almost guaranteed! :-)

    Fred



 

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