There is some beautiful photography here. I thought I would add a couple of mine. I do things a little differently than most people ('cause I'm a little weird).
I like doing things the old fashioned way. I shoot a Howard Hill longbow, I hunt with a flintlock muzzleloader, and I shoot pictures on black&white film. Since I can no longer get my film developed locally, I had to build a darkroom at home. I took a couple of years worth of photography classes in high school and the darkroom work was by far my favorite part.
Anyway... Here's a video tour of my darkroom:
Here's a few photos...
These are just negative scans... I soup the film in the darkroom and then I use my film scanner to digitalize the images. I usually only use this process like a light table so that I can look at all of the negs really good and decide which ones I want to print in the darkroom.
Here's one of my darkroom prints using a commercial (not homemade) developer chemical It's not bushcrafty but I thought the feeling and contrast turned out pretty well.
Now, I'll upload one of my favorites... I like to play with a homemade developer called caffenol... It is made with instant coffee along with sodium carbonate (washing soda) and vitamin C powder. I use different recipes for film and for photo paper... the different recipes are made by altering the proportions of the ingredients.
This is a scan of a final print... the film and the paper where both developed in different formulations of caffenol so it's a picture of coffee that was developed in coffee, then printed while I drank coffee and the print was developed in coffee as well LOL:
I hope you guys like them, but it's ok if you don't... It's not everybody's cup of tea (or caffenol)