Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Win a darkroom Timer/Thermometer and see how I made it

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Ein Thermometer und auch ein Timer sind essentiell in eurer Dunkelkammer. Eine günstige Lösung dafür habe ich bei IKEA Gefunden. “Kolckis” leuchtet leider in unterschiedlichsten Farben, was natürlich zu Fehlbelichtungen führen kann. Deshalb zeige ich euch heute wie ihr Kolckis umbauen könnt, damit es nur rot leuchtet. Unter allen die meinen Youtube-Kanal abonniert haben und dieses Video kommentieren verlose ich zwei umgebaute IKEA Klockis.

 

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English version

It is essential to have a thermometer and a timer in your darkroom. Ikea has a cheap solution for that, it is called “Klockis”. But it has one downside, it changes color when you turn it from one setting to the next one. This could cause fail exposures. Thats the reason I show you how to modify Klockis to just shine in red. I’m giving away two modified Klockis to subscribers of my YouTube Channel who commented why they need one.

Fine Art Shop http://www.markus-hofstaetter.at/pages/front_store/

Upcomming workshops: http://www.markus-hofstaetter.at/pages/workshops/

For individual workshops please contact me here: http://www.markus-hofstaetter.at/pages/kontakt/

 

If you guys want to experience yourself how a tintype is made and own a one of a kind wet plate, please contact me via my website http://wetplate.art
 

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Posted by Markus on October 1st, 2019 | Filed in analog, collodion, dyi photography, ikea, tintype, wetplate | 6 Comments »


6 Responses to “Win a darkroom Timer/Thermometer and see how I made it”

  1. October 1st, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    How to Turn a $5 IKEA Gadget into the Perfect Darkroom Timer/Thermometer – Print said:

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  2. October 1st, 2019 at 11:03 pm

    How to Turn a $5 IKEA Gadget into the Perfect Darkroom Timer/Thermometer - TodayPic said:

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  3. October 2nd, 2019 at 1:33 am

    How to Turn a $5 IKEA Gadget into the Perfect Darkroom Timer/Thermometer – My Home Tech Reviews said:

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  4. October 2nd, 2019 at 4:37 am

    Ray KLein said:

    ingenious
    viele danke

  5. October 2nd, 2019 at 9:10 am

    Markus said:

    very welcome!!!

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