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Darkroom Photography Techniques : How to Develop 35MM Film

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Uploaded on Jul 14, 2009

Developing 35-millimeter film is done by loading the film into a developing reel, placing the reel into a lightproof tub, pouring in the appropriate chemicals and rocking the tub back and forth to coat the film. Find out how to develop film in a darkroom with helpful tips from a fine art photographer in this free video on darkroom techniques.

Expert: Deborah Gray Mitchell
Contact: www.dgmfoto.com
Bio: Professional Photographer, Deborah Gray Mitchell has been in business since 1981 as both a fine art and commercial photographer.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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