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    Quote Originally Posted by ula_mv View Post
    Oh my word, so many thoughts!

    You all have been incredibly helpful. I will be running the options by my roommates and figuring out what they're prefer as far as general obtrusiveness etc. goes. I have chalkboard paint on hand to prevent reflections. Everything that's been said is helpful in covering all the details. I hadn't even thought of light leaks around the door, just at the bottom, for instance. Perils of a first darkroom, I suppose.

    Thanks so much everyone!
    Here is how I do it. I like to be able to go from normal room to dark room in a few seconds. I think it looks okay too. Enjoy.

    Chris
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    I guess you got the one and only darkroom equipped with high-frequency PL-connectors.

    Maybe they come handy at high-speed processes...

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    Aluminum foil, Scotch tape and —for the edges— backing paper from 120 film.

    Works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Douglas View Post
    Here is how I do it. I like to be able to go from normal room to dark room in a few seconds. I think it looks okay too. Enjoy.

    Chris
    Very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Douglas View Post
    Here is how I do it. I like to be able to go from normal room to dark room in a few seconds. I think it looks okay too. Enjoy.

    Chris
    My method is not quite as fast, but it is still fast.
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    I have time to print only aster 9 PM. At this time most of the year it is dark enough already to leave window(s) unblanked.
    my Film Flickr. aslo, using enlarger, in the darkroom.

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