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SF Bay Area Large Format Photography Group Message Board › Darkroom Access

Darkroom Access

user 2818249
San Jose, CA
Post #: 11
Over on APUG, Simon Galley from Ilford has started a vibrant discussion. Ilford is considering setting up a database showing the locations of darkrooms that are available on a public or semi-public basis. This would include home darkrooms where the owner would be willing to open their darkroom to vetted individuals. We have over 100 members in this group, and I have no idea of how many of you have personal darkrooms. Would there be interest in opening any of these darkrooms to others? - If so, what is appropriate compensation? How well would you have to know someone before you let them into your darkroom?

APUG discussion here:­
user 78460232
San Jose, CA
Post #: 1
It is an interesting idea, but it I would have a hard time letting people use my darkroom without supervision. Plus i am not sure how much people would like dealing with such a macgyvered darkroom.
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