Although I was a Computer Science major, some of my best memories from college are from my art classes. There probably isn't a photographer alive who learned to develop his own images in a darkroom and doesn't remember the first time he saw an image apear magically on paper under the glow of the red darkroom light! For the final project of my first photography class, I decided to try to create some images in the style of the famous Abercrombie and Fitch photographer Bruce Weber. I grabbed a few friends, took them out to a lake and did a few hours of shooting. All of these were taken with a completely manual film camera (a requirement for the course) and the film was developed myself. I scanned the film with an old LS-2000 and did the final processing and printing from Photoshop. Although I loved the quality and the process of making real silver gelatin prints, it was just so much easier to process them with a computer (and the professor didn't seem to mind).