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Old 29th June 2010, 07:49 AM
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These past months I have been reforming my darkroom. A comercial lab closed in Madrid, and I can bought a De Vere and other things. I hope you enjoy:

http://www.rubenmorales.es/milaboratorio.html

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Old 29th June 2010, 07:57 AM
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These past months I have been reforming my darkroom. A comercial lab closed in Madrid, and I can bought a De Vere and other things. I hope you enjoy:

http://www.rubenmorales.es/milaboratorio.html

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Ruben
I looks like you have made an excellent place in which to be creative. Thanks for sharing with us.
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Looks superb - what a lucky strike

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Old 29th June 2010, 08:40 AM
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You have a superb working space, I hope you enjoy it and it gets your creative juices working overtime,Richard
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Old 29th June 2010, 10:10 AM
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These past months I have been reforming my darkroom. A comercial lab closed in Madrid, and I can bought a De Vere and other things. I hope you enjoy:

http://www.rubenmorales.es/milaboratorio.html

Best Regards!

Ruben
How is the Analyser Pro connected to the DeVere (colour control on DeVere control box)?

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Old 29th June 2010, 10:15 AM
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Nice set up.
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How is the Analyser Pro connected to the DeVere (colour control on DeVere control box)?

Tom
When the lamp of my old enlargement broke, (beseler), I made a led cold light head:

http://cufae.17.forumer.com/viewtopi...t=2003&start=0
(sorry, text is in spanish)

I like very much work with this cold light, dark tones are incredibles, but maid disadvantage is the poor amount of light.

Lately I have been doing big copies, and this head donīt is good for this. Only up to 60x60 cm +-. If I wanted to make larger copies I needed used other enlargement and project in wall.

When I bought DeVere I saw posibility of having two heads in the same enlargement! And also print vertically.

Therefore, Analyser is for cold head and DeVere control box is for the original ligth of DeVere. Both devices are separated. Perhaps, in future I will calibrate DeVere head with Analyser too.

I hope I explained well Thanks for your comments,

Regards!

Ruben
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Old 29th June 2010, 11:55 AM
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Great darkroom Ruben, thanks for posting the images. You LED head looks interesting. Its something I have in mind myself in the future.
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Ruben When I saw your title for the announcement and then read that a commercial lab had closed I thought that you were going to say you had bought the lab and moved in :

Your darkroom seems to have all that it needs now

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Thats a fantastic darkroom. I hope you realise the jealousy you are creating..... Well done, and thank you for showing us.
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