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    My "darkroom"

    Some pics of my darkroom/ basement...EC
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    More pics

    Last four...EC
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    Looks quite professional to me... Especially liked the look of your print cabinet

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    Is that a pool table as work table?? Geez...I hope not...shoot some pool while your prints are washing...how cool would that be! But, the flat file is the star of the show...what a beaut!
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    Wow, thats a lot of space. Good for you.

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    Looks good, but I'd cover those white walls near the enlargers with something flat black when printing. Also, make sure that the humidity is well controlled if you store lenses there, or you'll get fungus growing on them, as I know from personal experience.

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    Hey, you use your pool table for the same thing I do!
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    Dimensions Please?

    How much space do you have?
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    great looking, I also wondered about the white walls. It looks quite large and much neater than mine. so glad for you
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    The walls of my darkroom are white and I've never had a problem with them. I did use flat white paint so it wouldn't glare (and I wouldn't need my sunglasses).
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