In the Changing Room
After you follow the instructions displayed in the video, pour the chemicals (D-76, Stop, Fixer, PhotoFlo) into a measuring beaker and then into the container and swirl it for a certain period of time based on the temperature.
In the Dark Room
Before the Chemicals:
Line the negative up in the negative carrier
Put the negative carrier into the enlarger.
First, place the sheet of photo paper in the D-76 Developer for 90 seconds or until the exposure is to your liking.
Then, put it in the stop bath for at least 30 seconds.
Next, is the Fixer. It must stay in here for at least 3 to 5 minutes.
Finally, put the photo paper in the washer
After the chemicals:
And, finally, run the print through the dryer.
To Make Prints:
Before making a print you must make a test strip. However, before you make a test strip, you must make a contact sheet by exposing all of your negatives on one sheet
You have to make a test strip before you can make a print to confirm your process.
After you make a test strip, expose the full photo paper to light and then run it through the chemicals
If needed, you can trim the print down
Place a sheet of photo paper under the enlarger. Arrange everything the way you want it and then expose it to light.