A Christmas quandary.
I picked up one of those pinhole kits for my daughter (she isn't reading this) which includes a pack of paper, some photo chemistry, etc. etc. The paper needs to be loaded into the camera in the darkroom, or under a safelight.
It occurs to me that this means that only one photograph can safely be taken per foray out of the house, since there is only the one envelope of paper, meaning there's nowhere to store the exposed photographs, other than trying to remember to put them at the opposite end of the packet than the one they came from.
The squares of paper are 3.5" x 3.5".
I don't have any LF equipment, so I don't have any of those 3-part boxes.
What I do have is a Paterson Universal Tank and a large changing bag.
I also have access to the usual range of household items, including duct tape.
Should I be thinking about using the processing tank (with the core inserted but not the reels) as a rather inelegant "paper safe"?
Or is there another solution that can be implemented between now and Christmas morning, preferably without any festive retail experiences?