Darkroom

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* $177 - Joachim *paid* ceiling/fan materials
 
* $50 - Dan Garcia
 
* $50 - Dan Garcia
 
* $24 - Mitch
 
* $24 - Mitch

Revision as of 14:25, 15 November 2009

Currently this page is being used to organize the build out and creation of the dark room. Eventually it'll be used to talk about happenings in the dark room.

Contents

About

The darkroom is under construction at 2169. It is located on the east side in between the emergency exit and the bathrooms. This room may also be used for silk screening.

If you want to participate in discussion, please hit up our mailing list.

Plan

Sort of in order of what needs to be done.

  • Build walls
  • Paint exterior
  • Paint interior - Peter
  • Electrical - Rubin
    • Run conduit and boxes
    • Lighting
    • Wire
    • Vent switch
  • Plumbing - Rubin
    • Run pipes under floors
    • Hook up sink
  • Ventilation - Joachim
    • Setup fan above room
    • Vent out to bathroom or skylight
  • Ceiling - Joachim
  • Door - Kelly (Oh look, this is my job now! --Hurtstotouchfire 14:20, 14 November 2009 (PST))
    • Door door
    • Light tight curtain or maze - Audrey
  • Shelving and tables
    • Bins for storage
    • Some sort of filing cabinet for paper
    • A fridge

Donations

Funds

These are currently pledged funds.

  • $50 - Andy
  • $50 - Rubin
  • $100 - dpc
  • $177 - Joachim *paid* ceiling/fan materials
  • $50 - Dan Garcia
  • $24 - Mitch
  • $75 - Kelly

Equipment

  • Enlarger
  • Timer
  • A butt load of chemicals
  • A deep sink
  • Light tight drums
  • Enlarger - Audrey (I don't own a vehicle and need to arrange transport from my house to NB)
  • Color enlarger - Dan Garcia
  • Easel (11x14) - MarkC
  • Timer (Digital) - MarkC
  • Grain Focuser - MarkC
  • Film chemicals (hc-110, tmax) -MarkC

Film scanner

We currently have a flatbed scanner with 35mm and 120 film inserts. The Canon software that works best with it is only for Windows. There has been talk of making a VM for this. The scanner belongs to Joachim and lives on his shelf.


This thread might be helpful, as the request for a linux compatible scanner was made...

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=471680

I've been looking at the Nikon Super Coolscan LS-4000 ED. This is a high end consumer 35mm scanner. 4000dpi, Firewire, scans 6 frames, slides (with an attachment), and a roll of up to 40 frames (with a $500 attachment). It runs under Mac and Windows, Linux is supported through VueScan. Here's a nice review. I'm currently finding these used for around $500 off of ebay. --rubin110 14:26, 19 October 2009 (PDT)

Learning

Once the space is set up, I will teach classes on film development, printing, and general darkroom use. I will also be available to help out on a one-on-one basis with anyone who would like to learn.

Expressions of Interest

please add your name here if you're interested in attending a workshop.

Meetings

We have meetings!

Agenda and meeting notes...

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