There's nary a peep about traditional printing these days on this forum and some comments in another thread got me thinking about how traditional printing has a tendency to be referred to in the past tense. I wholeheartedly agree with Roger Hicks assertion that an inkjet print cannot rival the depth of tone of a well crafted wet print but he's not the only exponent of the dark art. So, who else is still at it? For my part, I've had a working darkroom for the past 40-odd years; my paper of choice is the wonderful Ilford MG FB warmtone, although I enjoy 'slumming it' with MG IV resin-coated also. Anyone else care to comment, reminisce or rant (as long as it's about wet-printing).