[Darkroom] equipment that needs a new home
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Thu May 27 17:43:27 PDT 2010
If you'd like to donate it, you're talking to the right people. There's no
director or anything. We have an official treasurer who can rubber stamp
your donation receipt. If you donate it, you estimate the value yourself
and provide a description, and you can write it off.
Have you been to the space? I highly recommend observing the chaos for
yourself before donating your baby. I can promise you that a subset of us
will take very good care of it, but there's always the chance that some jerk
will mess it up. Let me know if you'd like a tour.
On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 17:23, Vassie Constantine <
thepeanutgallerysf at gmail.com> wrote:
> Howdy goodfolks at NB,
> I am a creative professional working/living in the city. My passion is
> photography and everything related to it.
> Recently I was gifted an Ilford RC photo processor and I have been
> searching out a working space for it find
> usage. I am pretty attached to this machine- as I have always wanted my own
> home lab, but feel it would be
> best for others to benefit from its capabilities.
> I have been to noise bridge a couple of times in the past, was excited that
> youse guys were working on the
> darkroom. . . i'd like to add to your amenities and hope that soon you'd
> have a fully running mini photo lab
> in your space.
> The processor itself is an Ilford RC 2150 about 3ftx3ft, it has all the
> tubing and a short supply of chemistry.
> From what I was told, it has been in good working condition for over 5yrs.
> Its a bit on the heavy side, but i had no problem moving it with 2other
> I would like to relocate this machine by the end of the month. Let me know
> how we can go about this as a
> donation to your space and who I should talk to.
> thanks kindly,
> 415 756 2043
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