[Darkroom] [Noisebridge-discuss] Dark Room/Photography
liliakai at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 22:24:51 PST 2011
I have used that darkroom and the chemicals therein many times to great
success. It's difficult to troubleshoot your issue without either seeing
your negatives or watching you go through the process. Maybe you used the
wrong developer or the wrong dev chart or your water was too warm or the
tank you chose was faulty or the camera leaks, etc... I'd be happy to meet
with you and check your work next time, given a day or two's notice.
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 5:11 PM, John Capogna <john.s.capogna at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello, All,
> My name is John. I tried developing some photos in the darkroom today. Too
> bad they didn't come out. It looks like they were "overcooked". I think it's
> because as I was developing, I noticed that the bottle contained the
> developer in concentrate form. Whoops. I just dumped that stuff in there
> pure. I'm not sure if I was supposed to dilute it (the little paper on the
> wall to the right of the sink says to use in stock form for 9 minutes).
> Also, I kept the safe lights on through much of the process, figuring the
> tank was light proof once closed (without the small cap on). The only time I
> left the lights completely off was when I was loading the film onto the
> reel. Also, its possible that the camera didn't take the pictures properly.
> There are just so many variables, I don't know which it was that was wrong.
> I'd like to try again, but I'm out of "practice film". Anyone got any
> practice film and/or suggestions on what do do better next time?
> - John
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