To develop light sensitive paper you need a light safe and well ventilated room, developing chemicals, and a place to dry the paper. Darkrooms come in all shapes and sizes depending on where they are, who is using them, and how much developing is needed. Below are a few examples of some darkrooms.
In the next coming post I will be posting the students pinhole paper negatives and their inverted images. Also if anyone is interested I will be making a blog post on how to aquire supplies for pinhole camera photography and sunprints.
The Fourth Grade teachers alongside Art Teachers at Lee Elementary contribute to this blog by sharing happenings in their individual classrooms.