Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 10:38:17 -

Author: Bill Norwood

Subject: Best Shades for a Photography Lab

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Hi Taplers,

One of the experiments, the pinhole camera, in our optics (survey) lab requ=
ires total darkness except for the darkroom-type lamps. But at times when d=
arkness is not needed some feel that there is benefit to having plenty of n=
ature's wonderful, springtime, natural light in the lab room, and I suspect=
that some of them may be secretly just listening to the birds, too, but, t=
hen, there is the noise of the traffic.

Right now we have some (very) old rollup shades in channels, and we control=
them with bolts in their chains which pass over pulleys, so that they cann=
ot be fully rolled up, because if they could, then someone would let fly an=
d destroy a shade.

Does anyone have a "student and TA proof" arrangement which he or she highl=
y recommends?

Many thanks for any suggestions.

Bill Norwood, U of MD at College Park

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Hi
Taplers,



One
of the experiments, the pinhole camera, in our optics (survey) lab requires
total darkness except for the darkroom-type lamps. But at times when darkne=
ss
is not needed some feel that there is benefit to having plenty of nature=
217;s
wonderful, springtime, natural light in the lab room, and I suspect that so=
me
of them may be secretly just listening to the birds, too, but, then, there =
is
the noise of the traffic.



Right
now we have some (very) old rollup shades in channels, and we control them =
with
bolts in their chains which pass over pulleys, so that they cannot be fully
rolled up, because if they could, then someone would let fly and destroy a
shade.



Does
anyone have a “student and TA proof” arrangement which he or sh=
e
highly recommends?



Many
thanks for any suggestions.



Bill
Norwood, U of MD at College Park







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