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    Hello (oh man, that's an original title, innit?)

    Evening denizens of APUG.

    I bought myself a Nikon F3 because I lusted after one in J school, and they don't cost like they used to. I tried the new Ektar, and that was it for my digital body.

    I know a little. I soup my own in the bathroom and scan, as there's not enough room to print in my appartment. I need to fill in some blanks, and learn some new things. So I'll be here soaking up ideas as often as I can.

    Thanks in advance for putting up with some inane questions.

    Andrew
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    Welcome back to analog! Best, Andy

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    Hello Andrew and a warm welcome to APUG. Take your time and you'll love film!

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    Welcome to APUG Andrew! We'll try our best to fill in the blanks. ;-)
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    Film has always given me the warm fuzzies I won't say what that other medium does to me. Welcome to the wonderful world we lovingly call Apehug.
    Thy heart -- thy heart! -- I wake and sigh,
    And sleep to dream till day
    Of the truth that gold can never buy
    Of the bawbles that it may.

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    Welcome to APUG, Andrew.
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    Welcome Home Andrew !

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    Welcome to the clan new kid!
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    BTW: the big kid in my avatar is my hero, my son, who proudly serves us in the Navy. "SALUTE"

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    Rick, are we supposed to be wearing our sheets?
    Thy heart -- thy heart! -- I wake and sigh,
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    Of the truth that gold can never buy
    Of the bawbles that it may.

    www.silverhalidephotography.com

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    Welcome to APUG! And never let it be said that someone's apartment is too small to print in - see The Darkroom Portrait Thread for examples, specifically David Goldfarb's dark/bath/room. I don't have photos of my old dark/bath/rooms, but I used to have a similar setup for a slightly larger bathroom, where the enlarger and my print developing processor (I have a NOVA vertical slot processor) would fit on a wheeled cart that I could bring in and out of the bathroom. The NOVA processor would let me print up to 16x20 in a 5'x 8' bathroom, using a tray in the tub for the print washer. I did that in two different apartments, and now I have a dedicated darkroom which is 7' x 8' with a 6'5" ceiling. I can still print up to 16x20, and I develop film from 35mm to 14x17 in a Jobo CPP2+. I wish I had a second sink that I could dedicate to the Jobo, but otherwise my darkroom is pretty sufficient.

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