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The chemical bothers

Much as I admire great darkroom skills, it's imperative to consider the disposal of noxious chemicals after printing or film processing. I don't doubt that Tim Rudman is totally environmentally friendly when it comes to chemical waste disposal. But I was disappointed that no advice about it was given in his article on toning ( AP 18 November). In the initial excitement of developing film and printing black & white photos in the late 1970s, I

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