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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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Later policemen locked up Zohaib in a dark room and also threatened his mother that if any complaint was lodged against police, his son will have to face dire consequences.
The randomness of the artists' interventions in the dark room ensures that each photograph is unique, even when developed from the same negative.
Mirrors are, of course, a great addition in a dark room, as they bounce any available light around, not just natural light but light from lamps too.
l John Robertson presents The Dark Room For Kids at Just The Tonic @ The Community Project, at 4.
The interrogators said an operative of Dark Room is holed up in Mandi Bahauddin.
So far, the dark room has proved popular with amateur photographers across the city and Emma's knowledge has led her across Europe to share her skills and ideas.
So shortly after this picture I Only remember Kanye playing his new album three times in a dark room of 20 people last night and moshing drunk with mad babes haha," Brooklyn-based rapper Theophilus London writes in one of his Instagram post back in September, reveals (http://pitchfork.
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A small, dark room painted a light color is a small, dark room painted a light color.
As the Princeton mathematician Andrew Wiles describes it: It's groping and probing and poking, and some bumbling and bungling, and then a switch is discovered, often by accident, and the light is lit, and everyone says "Oh, wow, that's how it works," and then it's off into the next dark room, looking for the next mysterious dark feline.
Summary: A mentally ill teenage boy has been found locked in a small dark room for years, with insufficient air, light and food, during a routine visit by the Ministry of Social Affairs.
There was a tea room, come-cloakroom and dark room.