Photographer Scott Lapham Demonstrates B&w Printing In The Darkroom




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ToddB987: Part2: I think it is so important that we keep the "ART" with photography. With the introduction of of digital, we've allowed convienance to take over quality. I think too, that when we shoot digital, once we see it on the computer screen, that is the final step in the process. That is a small part of the whole process of fine art photography. The act of develping and printing and nurturing of the process, till you mount it in a hinged acid free matt and hang in a gallery is the true complition.

ToddB987: Great Vid.. It's great to see another person that digs traditional black and white darkroom printing. I do have a question regarding your developer going bad? I use Dektol from Kodak and mix it in a 1 gallon batch. Never had go bad and I do however watch the color of it. If looks like a tea, then I dump it. Do you toss developer each time you go in to print? personally, I've reused till it shows color and it's never effect my prints. Keep up the greatwork and thank you for staying in the dark.
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Photographer Scott Lapham demonstrates b&w printing in  the darkroom