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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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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.
There was a job going in the darkroom of the South Wales Echo and I joined in 1966.
Here, at this ancient crossroads between Europe and Asia, he installed a darkroom deep within the city away from other exhibits, inside the Buyuk Valide Han--a large 17th-century inn for traders.
At the junior college level, administrators are trying to get rid of darkrooms and replace them with digital; but the teachers are voicing their opposition.
The community darkroom is looking to build their membership and establish a management group drawn from individuals that use the darkroom and other community representatives.
I had the specious feeling I "knew" these folks, as filtered through Proust's internal darkroom.
Some of the staff claim they have darkroom disease symptoms which include chest infections, skin problems and headaches.
Darkroom variables now work in detailed receipt text
DALLAS -- Darkroom Software, LLC, announces a one-year anniversary celebration with special programs designed to reward current users and introduce event, sport, school, and portrait photographers to the robust "business-in-a-box" software.
DALLAS -- The ExpressDigital DARKROOM line of photography workflow software products including DARKROOM Core, Professional and Assembly Editions have all been upgraded.