[Darkroom] home darkroom ingredients?

Asheem Linaval xormic at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 16:34:21 PDT 2012


Looks pretty good.

I second notion re: steel reels. Plastic reels also have the caveat of
needing to be super dry to let the film slide freely as you load it.

If you're going to be going through much film, it's worth it to buy film in
100 foot spools and use a bulk film loader and reloadable cartridges to
wind your own. I've heard good things about plastic reloadable cartridges
with screw-tops; I think they might hold up a bit better than standard ones
with snap-ends.

.atl

On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 3:49 PM, Tristan Crane <tristancrane at gmail.com>wrote:

> Only thing I would change is to use metal reels, not plastic. They hold up
> better and allow you to feel your film as you spool on so there's fewer
> changes of film touching.
>
> -Tristan
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