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Subpage of Fotolab
Just wanting to document the steps being taken to turn what used to be a very chaotic & messy room used for film & photo development (among other things) into a really awesome photo lab/darkroom. :)
I'm mostly doing this to make it easier for myself to keep track of things (seeing as I volunteered for "getting stuff done"), but feel free to add to the list if there's something YOU (or someone else) contributed. Chemielab-related additions are welcome too, seeing as I won't be recording those.
Note: all progress is listed in date descending order.
- create Doodle poll for Fotolab meet-up
- meet-up of everyone interested in "running"/contributing to Fotolab/Chemielab/Etcherlab (kay, Mihi, Marius, possibly TomK32, surely Emi - if he's already back in VIE,.. you?)
- plan disposal of old chemicals
- plan transportation of new-old Durst enlarger
- get in touch with Angela re: transportation of Durst enlarger
- make list of stuff still needed (-> get prices for Metalab Executive Committee)
- get in touch with (Jo)Achim - guy who said he'd worked out a plan for installation of power strips
- get in touch with Nina re: darkroom equipment from Germany
- upcoming 2011-03-07
- Mihi & Eva are going to transport the new-old Durst enlarger donated by Eva to Metalab!
- lights & multiple socket outlets got installed by Achim (yay!!)
- we now have a paper cutter!
- Mihi & Kay decide on rescheduling Fotolab meetup for following week via Doodle
- labelling of photo paper boxes @ Fotolab
- mail by + later face2face convo with Angela re: her mum donating her old Durst enlarger (for 35mm & MF film!)
- Fotolab lightning talk given @ Metaday #38
- Fotolab update given @ Jour Fixe
- first contact prints & enlargements by Emi & Kay
- more equipment & material bought by Mihi
- equipment & material contributed/bought by TomK32 & Emi (& Kay via Emi); Emi & Kay "inaugurate" Fotolab 2.0 by developing first rolls of b/w film