Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Watson View Post
Easy enough. Get a decent film changing tent like a Harrison Pup Tent. This will give you enough dark and enough room to let you load and unload film holders, and to load a daylight developing tank. A Jobo 3010 tank like I use for 5x4 will do 10 sheets at a time, and if you get the manual roller for it it'll only take up about a square foot of counter space in the kitchen or bath -- so it's easy to find some space you can use for developing film.

But beware LF. It's highly addicting!
I'm using a RedWing tent and a Combiplan, and it's convenient enough to develop LF in the kitchen.