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    Bill, I'm laughing my butt off right now. Your third picture looks exactly like my basement work-out room has looked for the past 6 months. My wife isn't sure whether she gets more exercise on the treadmill or by jumping over the light table, enlargers, jobo units, etc. Congrats on getting closer and closer. I'll be doing the same in about a month.

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    Bill and Lori:

    Both places look great - have fun!!!

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    Bill and Lori,

    I agree the photos of your babies look great. Here is a photo of mine as well. Well mine is more like a sonagram.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15184234@N02/3498261180/

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum43/6...oom-plans.html

    Jason

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    The last picture is of a storage unit that contains 4 enlargers, two film drying cabinets, a couple of presses, a print drying cabinet, screens, print washers, bottles, gadgets and doodads. There is actually another image I didn't post with a bunch of my stuff in a holding pattern waiting to get moved into the darkroom. One of the nice things about our new house is I have a separate space for my stuff that doesn't have to be shared. It isn't that I don't play well with others . . . Bill Barber
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    I use either a rental darkroom or my friends darkroom. I did recently get these flatfiles and made a top for them. This is set up on one side of our living room luckily which is large.

    Roger
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    Not my darkroom. Found this on a UK forum http://www.film-and-darkroom-user.or...orum/index.php
    Interesting way to show your darkroom!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/consumptive/3146893782/
    Bruce

    Moma don't take my Kodachrome away!
    Oops, Kodak just did!


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    Roger, I'd love to find some flatfiles like those. What would even make it better would be if I could trade for something I had but didn't need. Bill Barber

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    Here's my first designed from scratch darkroom. It was built inside one half of a 2-car garage and fully insulated to keep temperature variations to a minimum. We moved house late last year and a potential darkroom space was a must-have on the shopping list! I designed the space with wiring and plumbing requirements and had a builder complete the frames and walls and I did all the sink, benchwork, shelves etc. Finally, no more negatives drying in the shower recess! Thank you Ikea for my glass drying cabinet just the perfect length for a roll of 35mm film. I'm still making a few adjustments here and there as I figure out the best workflow but it's a great place to be day or night.
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    You darkroom looks great.
    Was that Durst baseboard ever used as a door at any time in its life ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsdunek View Post
    Not my darkroom. Found this on a UK forum http://www.film-and-darkroom-user.or...orum/index.php
    Interesting way to show your darkroom!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/consumptive/3146893782/
    That reminded me of the flickr set I did on Dianna's and my darkroom.
    We've since moved to a new house, but the very cool people we're renting this house to now not only wanted the darkroom to remain, but have no problems with us using it while we're in the process of converting a travel trailer in our driveway into a darkroom... but that's another story.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/circles...7605316713422/



 

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