On RC paper, from 120 film, no toning, easel already setup, corners burned in, exclude washing time. I've been shooting portraits of families and kids, and people love the prints I've given them. I'm trying to make a business out of it, but I'm relatively new to darkroom work and it takes me about an hour to get a starting point print. I use a zone VI cold light head, I print splitgrade, I lack a meter and have no paper processor. I'm asking this question because I'm trying to determine my print prices. But to charge based on my time, at my speed, I'd have to charge more than I think people would pay. With the proper tools and equipment, how long should it take to make a family portrait quality 8x10?