Do You Have an Interesting or Helpful Darkroom Photography Tip?
It is very common for creative people to work alone a lot of the time. I was talking to a friend of mine this weekend about how I love to work alone. The majority of my work is created with large format view cameras, so it is a slow and personal process by its very nature.
As I begin to lay out sections for Darkroom Underground, I realized that I have a lot of little things that I have either created out of necessity over the years or have picked up from other photographers, that would probably be very useful and insightful to others.
If you would like to share one of your tips with the magazine, send me an email and I will review it for publication. The topic can be anything that is related to creative or technical processes. Be sure to send me your website/blog/portfolio link, so that I can include it with your tip in the magazine. I think this could be a really valuable and fun section of the publication. I always learn new things from photographers of any skill level.
I look forward to learning some really helpful and interesting tips from everyone. So, get your thinking cap on and send me a note.
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