It ain't pretty and I really can't offer much insight as I'm about as newbie as they come but, here's some pics of my bathroom. Doesn't get much more basic than this. One of my big things was it needed to be quick and easy to set-up and breakdown as this is the only bathroom in our apartment. The sink and toilet is my, ahhh, "dry side"...LOL The window is covered with 2 thick contractor trash bags to block out the light. The kitchen sink is right outside the bathroom door and that's where I do my print washing. I've been keeping my prints in a sink full of water until I'm done printing. Then I put them in the washer while I clean up. Once it's broken down, I hang my prints to dry from hangers and binder clips around the halo over the tub.
BTW - Are you going to be covering any dodging and burning techniques in that DVD? I could use the help
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