Photographer

Blue Cube Imaging

Posts: 11292

Ashland, Oregon, US

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I miss my darkroom days.

Sep 14 13 02:27 pm Link

Photographer

Vintagevista

Posts: 11039

Sun City, California, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
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I miss my darkroom days.

Urg

*dizzy*

*hurls*

Sep 14 13 02:42 pm Link

Photographer

DougBPhoto

Posts: 38537

Portland, Oregon, US

I saw you had that up in marketplace

yeah, I miss those days, I spent a LOT of time at u-develop and those doors were always one of the highlights, lol.

Sep 14 13 03:00 pm Link

Model

Magic Forests

Posts: 530

New York, New York, US

We have those at school! yikes
I nearly died cos it was so much fun.

Sep 14 13 03:50 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

Posts: 8787

Martinez, California, US

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Sep 14 13 03:56 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8387

Davenport, Iowa, US

I absolutely friggin loved that door when I took my darkroom class.  And the red hue of a darkroom.  And the smell of chemicals.

Oh goodness, so many delicious, wonderful memories.

Sep 14 13 04:11 pm Link

Photographer

Paolo Diavolo

Posts: 8787

Martinez, California, US

I wasn't allowed in the darkroom at school.

Sep 14 13 04:27 pm Link

Photographer

Blue Cube Imaging

Posts: 11292

Ashland, Oregon, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:
I absolutely friggin loved that door when I took my darkroom class.  And the red hue of a darkroom.  And the smell of chemicals.

Oh goodness, so many delicious, wonderful memories.

Me too, for multiple reasons... The photo printing, the smell, the loss of virginity... lol

Paolo Diavolo wrote:
I wasn't allowed in the darkroom at school.

Me either after the last part above... tongue

Sep 14 13 04:36 pm Link

Photographer

Blue Cube Imaging

Posts: 11292

Ashland, Oregon, US

Magic Forests wrote:
We have those at school! yikes
I nearly died cos it was so much fun.

If you want your own you can drive 5 hours north and pick this one up. wink

Sep 14 13 04:40 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

Posts: 38537

Portland, Oregon, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:

If you want your own you can drive 5 hours north and pick this one up. wink

I don't even have any darkroom stuff left anymore, but I thought about driving down to get it.

I'm not even sure I could get it through the basement door, LOL

Sep 14 13 04:42 pm Link

Photographer

j3_photo

Posts: 19875

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
The photo printing, the smell, the loss of virginity... lol

lol

Sep 14 13 04:43 pm Link

Photographer

Blue Cube Imaging

Posts: 11292

Ashland, Oregon, US

DougBPhoto wrote:

I don't even have any darkroom stuff left anymore, but I thought about driving down to get it.

I'm not even sure I could get it through the basement door, LOL

I can help you with that part too!

Sep 14 13 05:07 pm Link

Photographer

DougBPhoto

Posts: 38537

Portland, Oregon, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:

I can help you with that part too!

I wish, but I think I'd be killed where I sit, or while I sleep.

I could probably get away with some medium format gear, but not darkroom stuffs sad

Sep 14 13 05:58 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8387

Davenport, Iowa, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
Me too, for multiple reasons... The photo printing, the smell, the loss of virginity... lol

Nice!

Yeah, I only had access to the darkroom while my B&W film class was in session.  That and the only person I knew in the class was gay.

:sigh:

Sep 14 13 05:59 pm Link

Photographer

MesmerEyes Photography

Posts: 3021

Tyler, Texas, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

Nice!

Yeah, I only had access to the darkroom while my B&W film class was in session.  That and the only person I knew in the class was gay.

:sigh:

You want to go find a darkroom? wink We could make some images of bunny bunny bunnys

Sep 14 13 07:20 pm Link

Photographer

Blue Cube Imaging

Posts: 11292

Ashland, Oregon, US

DougBPhoto wrote:

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
I can help you with that part too!

I wish, but I think I'd be killed where I sit, or while I sleep.

I could probably get away with some medium format gear, but not darkroom stuffs sad

I haz that going up for sale too. Hassy with three lenses, two backs and stuff... They'll be going on the block soon as well as some really cool rangefinder stuff.

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

Nice!

Yeah, I only had access to the darkroom while my B&W film class was in session.  That and the only person I knew in the class was gay.

:sigh:

big_smile    I shall not recant the details in a public forum.

Sep 14 13 08:48 pm Link

Photographer

MesmerEyes Photography

Posts: 3021

Tyler, Texas, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:

DougBPhoto wrote:

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
I can help you with that part too!

I wish, but I think I'd be killed where I sit, or while I sleep.

I could probably get away with some medium format gear, but not darkroom stuffs sad

I haz that going up for sale too. Hassy with three lenses, two backs and stuff... They'll be going on the block soon as well as some really cool rangefinder stuff.


big_smile    I shall not recant the details in a public forum.

I'm disappointed. tongue

Sep 14 13 08:57 pm Link

Model

Magic Forests

Posts: 530

New York, New York, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
If you want your own you can drive 5 hours north and pick this one up. wink

Paolo says no. sad

How did you get it out of the wall? yikes

Sep 14 13 10:19 pm Link

Photographer

DougBPhoto

Posts: 38537

Portland, Oregon, US

Blue Cube Imaging wrote:
I haz that going up for sale too. Hassy with three lenses, two backs and stuff... They'll be going on the block soon as well as some really cool rangefinder stuff.

Oh, that's how it is, ignore my perfectly reasonable suggestion in your thread about what you should do with that gear wink

Sep 15 13 08:27 am Link