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Essential Darkroom Techniques

by Jonathan Eastland

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This is a comprehensive step-by-step guide to achieving the best possible results from a modern home darkroom. The book covers subjects such as the fundamentals of black and white photography and kitchen sink developing, to advanced black and white processing procedures, variable contrast printing, to colour negative development and printing as well as the printing, processing and duplication of colour transparencies. Advice on designing your own darkroom, the most efficient layout and the equipment required - from basic start-up kit to more sophisticated equipment - is given in detail.… (more)



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