Running water makes me want to pee.
Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
One thing I have noticed about darkroom work over the years is the relief it gives to stress. From direct experience and through talking to others, I have often thought that playing with simple imagery, such as photograms and projection printing of simple objects such as leaves, textiles etc., is very therapeutic. I am not thinking of Photographers or APUG members here, or complicated darkroom manipulations, but just simple outcomes for people who may benefit from an hour or two of darkroom therapy. You are in a low level of illumination, no pressure to produce anything special, the sound of running water, introspective manipulation of physical objects, simple outcomes. Why is this method of therapy not employed more universally?