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darkroom

a room in which photographs are processed in darkness or safe light

darkroom

[′därk ‚rüm]
(graphic arts)
A light-free room illuminated by a safelight for processing light-sensitive materials.
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But living in an apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan made having a darkroom impractical.
Huw started working in the Echo's darkroom as soon as he left school in 1977 and worked alongside Phil, who was known to his colleagues as Thomas the Becket, for nearly 10 years.
Nestor's filming and photography, referenced in the title Darkroom, serve as a conceptual umbrella for the book.
com , which first reported on the Ybor Resort and Spa's offer to RNC delegates, rather luridly defined a darkroom as "a secret homosexual dungeon in which there are no lights, no clothing and erotic men of all ages.
We'll also be releasing a new label mix compilation on our Darkroom Dubs label, which will be a DJ mix featuring some of our favourite tracks from the last couple of years.
The 63-year-old Cardiff-born press photographer, started off as a pounds 5 a week photo technician in the darkroom of the Western Mail's sister paper, the South Wales Echo, where he developed one of the most iconic Welsh images of the 1960s, the policeman carrying a child from the rubble following the Aberfan disaster.
This was juxtaposed with a succession of damp darkrooms festooned with obsessive photographic documentation of the town, and washed with deep red 'safelights'.
With sample photos (many of which are inspirational), step-by-step instructions and a remarkably handy question-and-answer format, Grey covers the fundamentals of framing and visuals, digital darkroom procedures, format choices, color management, image optimization in the software, problem solving (noise, brown highlights, weird color), prints and electronic transmission.
The ProtoCOL UV's universal darkroom is cleverly and safely designed for many different applications.
All darkroom work is performed in a dry/digital darkroom.
Figures For A Darkroom Voice wants to capture the specific moment in an object's transformation that produces voice--that instant the essence or spirit of a body escapes.
As Shenley Court's artist-in-residence, Gunhild uses the school's darkroom to continue with her work using traditional photography.