A popular production workflow at this time is creating inkjet contact
negatives from scans, so that traditional prints (as opposed to inkjet
prints) can be produced. You'd want a darkroom working like this, even
though you are printing from scans.
I think we may have some group members who use this technique... the
results can be phenomenal...
On Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 12:42 PM, Richard Urmonas <richard@xxxxxxxxxxx>
If you are printing from scans, then you don’t even need a darkroom. As
for tanks and chemicals you will get more opinions than members on this
list. If the darkroom is fully equipped then use the tanks they have. Same
with chemicals, it makes sense to chip in a few dollars and use what they
have as the turnover means chemicals will be fresher.
On Jun 4, 2018, at 9:30 AM, Kenneth Frazier <kennybod@xxxxxxx> wrote:
It’s been some time since I did any darkroom work, years in fact.
This past weekend I met with the director of the art program at a local
university. Her art of choice is photography, and she has a fully equipped
darkroom available and rarely used.
At this point, all I want is to be able to process my 120 film, then scan
Recommendations on tanks, reels and chemicals would be helpful.
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