- Sep 30, 2002
- San Jose, CA
- Multi Format
Lets start a thread to discuss darkrooms. Feel free to post a photo of yours in the new gallery.
bmac said:. I am planning on buying a cedar outbuilding when we get our own place (we rent now) and dedicating it to darkroom and photo storage. a 10X8 building costs about $1500 around here.
For those who have temporary sports that they set up each session. How do you deal with enlarger alignment?
Having had a custom built wooden shed as a darkroom for the past 15 or so years I can recommend it.
Tim Budd said:Having had a custom built wooden shed as a darkroom for the past 15 or so years I can recommend it.
Do you have a mains supply of water attached to your shed, if so how was it done. I remember when your darkroom was moved (by crane) so did it cause any problems?
dnmilikan said:I converted a room in my home for darkroom use. The problem that I have now is inadequate room to set up the vacuum frame (26X32) for contact printing. I will probably need to convert the matting area to a dual usage area.
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