Monday, July 17, 2006

A Very Compact Digital Darkroom

MIS and Paul Roark have collaborated on an interesting digital alternative to setting up a home black and white darkroom. Although this may not have been their intent, setting up a home darkroom is an impossibility for many people who have explored darkrooms in college settings. By buying a very basic Epson printer, an MIS basic black and white ink set and a basic digital camera black and white prints can be created in even a studio apartment at an affordable price. This might even be an alternative to traditional traveling darkrooms.

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Blogger Skye Gladstone said...

Hi Paul just went digital Cannon 30D and bought along with it a Epson 1800 and I love it. I can't believe the quality of the prints and the trueness of color. I am making greeting cards, bussiness cards, postcards, etc. It was worth every penny I spent. It is my digital darkroom now.

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