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“Darkness”

March 27

Way back before digital technology transformed photography, pictures were printed on special paper. It was a process that I learned from my dad, an avid photographer. I never did master colour photography, but I was good enough with black and white developing that I could print pretty good pictures.
Unlike other hobbies, developing photographs requires virtual darkness, as the materials used are highly reactive to visible light. Since we humans don’t work…

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100% Italian, Born and raised in Canada, Presbyterian Pastor, Maker, Singer, Writer, Musician, Theatre, Married, Father, Learner, choosing Love, he/him

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John A. Giurin

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100% Italian, Born and raised in Canada, Presbyterian Pastor, Maker, Singer, Writer, Musician, Theatre, Married, Father, Learner, choosing Love, he/him

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