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My Old Color Darkroom is visible here - 10/19/2004
This is an image of my darkroom sink (1980)!
http://www.majikimaje.com/DrkRm#15small.jpg
I Have been developing color film since 1969
Color processing is very simple to do.
Much easier than Black and White.
I could easilly process 100 8 x 10 images
in just a few hours using batch processing techniques
outlined in Kodak manuals. According to Kodak, you can develop as many as 3 prints per run in a tray. with much practice six can be done at once. I refined this technique to process as many as 12 prints at once in an 8 x 10 tray ! Results were impeciable! Print #1 looked the same as print #100 !
Now I use a digital darkroom. http://www.majikimaje.com/desk.jpg
Dual 21" monitors



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