While other photographers in the 1970’s were using darkrooms, I developed and patented (1975) a darkroom in a machine. It had a monitor screen 18” x 24”, an exposure station for dodging and burning, a 2 bath processor, a roll of light sensitive paper 18” x 220 ft and a guillotine blade. An 18” x 24” print emerged from the machine in 20 seconds to be push-pinned to the wall.
I printed on the “Itek” in a spacious, well-lit studio for 20 years until the paper was discontinued. The Itek was the precursor to making photographs with a computer and a printer.