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March 30, 2007

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Clive Figueiredo

Jerome you have a well designed and functional traditional Darkroom. Hope you make time to use it regularly. How do you cope with all the activities you are involved in? You must be one busy person.
Cheers
Clive

Francisco Anton

Hello. First I want to say that you have a very well organized darkroom. Right now I’m in the process of creating my own dark room. I’ve been practicing photography for about five years, but for the last six month I’ve been experimenting with black and white film. This is the first time I’ve worked with conventional photography. So far, I’ve practiced in my university photography lab, and let me tell you, it is very messy and crowded all the time. I do not believe that the chemistry is properly managed by students; I have seen people using their fingers to move their prints from one tray to another. Anyways, I’m writing because I would like to know a bit more about how to manage the chemistry. I believe that the developer and the fix that is used to develop the film can be later use for the development of the prints, but I’m not sure about that. I would like to know if you can give me some information about it, or at least point me in the right direction in order to find that information. And, I would like to now if you have any advised with respect of the equipment that I need to purchase for my darkroom or any other advise. Thank you so much.

Francisco Anton

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