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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 visitor had consulted Janet in her studio and darkroom at least once, and perhaps twice during that last week in July.
He then used his mobile darkroom to develop the plates, called tintypes - 5x4" portraits made using early photographic technology dating from the 1860s.
Do whatever he tells you in the darkroom of your soul.
Even with no darkroom or access to top-notch cameras and printers, you can still bring elements of photography to your students at the elementary level!
Virginia Styles spent many years inside her DarkRoom developing and creating codes to communicate secret messages through her pictures until she lost her memory.
In 'Darkroom,' a found footage-style horror flick inspired by 'The Blair Witch Project,' Jack plays Mac, a balikbayan who joins thrill-seeking teenagers who find an old camera in which a demon resides.
They named the tools of this new computer program after many traditional darkroom practices.
Via Incanto: Poems from the Darkroom comes from a Sicilian-American author who transforms her journey and immigrant experience into verse, and is a special recommendation for any collection strong in the Italian-American experience.
Outfitted with a light shield, the system enables users to perform fluorescence experiments in ambient light on their lab benchtop, eliminating the need for a dedicated darkroom. Detection of fluorescence emission is accomplished with three fluorescence channels.
Editor's reply: Our best guess is that the photo was hastily printed in the darkroom from two separate images-one the backdrop and the other the bar with the sailors.
Drawing on years of experience as professional photographers and lecturers, Galer and Andrews offer photographers and designers a self-study guide to using the digital darkroom rather than the traditional darkroom for creative photographic illustration.
I found the creative voice I had no idea I was searching for in the seventh grade, in Cleveland, Ohio, when I went to a friend's darkroom and saw black and white images appear in a developer fray.