I want to do some very basic pinhole photography with my kids in the hope that it will be educational as well as maybe getting them interested in photography. I haven't done anything like that since high school which for me was back in the 70's and my memory is more than a little rusty. I have instructions for making the camera. I will be using photographic paper directly instead of film. I was planning on taking a shortcut by making the positive image on the computer. (yes I know that's cheating but I really want to keep it as simple as possible just for now ) I've got some information from looking through previous posts but I'm still confused So, basically I think I just need a reminder of: 1. What chemicals to I need to purchase. I think I need: *developer - is that the same chemical that is used for the film or different. *Stop sollution *Fixer Do they then get washed in something? 2. Roughly How long do I need to dunk the paper in each. 3. How do I store unused paper after I open the packet. 4. Is there anything else you think I might want to know or anything obvious I'm missing. BTW I tried finding answers at our local library but they have nothing (small town).