Black and white film photography is slowly but surely becoming a lost art. Whether you’re a hobbiest or a professional artist, creating your own prints in a darkroom is a skill that will set you apart from the rest. Your deepened understanding of photo processing will translate to improved shooting skills and techniques in digital photography as well. If you are looking to take up a hobby and film photography has caught your eye, you will find darkroom printing to be a very creative and gratifying process. In this book, I have put together an easy-to-follow guide for beginners (or rusty intermediates) in the darkroom. Here, you will find everything you need to know to get started with black and white film development, even including what equipment and materials you will need and where to source them. Continue reading, and you’ll soon be developing film and creating prints like a true professional.
Oh, and if you want to create your own dark room at home, be sure to check out the “Darkroom Photography Guide #1,” also available on kindle at: www.amazon.com/dp/B00VSV1EVY
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