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darkroom

A room designed to be devoid of light. The darkroom is necessary for the development of radiographic film.

dark·room

(dahrkrūm)
Enclosed area or chamber dimly lit by safelight (usually red) but otherwise intentionally lightproof room where films are handled and processed.
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Jonathan explained: "Light-sensitive emulsion is poured on to a plate, exposed in the camera and developed in a mobile darkroom before the chemistry has dried out.
I went home, built a darkroom in my parents' basement and spent the next five years there with the negatives from my Rolleiflex and Nikon.
She describes the role of photography in life, culture, and society, and how to best learn techniques; types and parts of cameras and lenses and how to care for equipment; exposure; black and white and color film and film processing; traditional darkroom printing; finishing, mounting, and storing prints; the digital darkroom, including image quality, digital displays and resolution, file organization in Adobe Bridge, and working with photos using Adobe Camera Raw; image development using Photoshop; retouching tools and creative options; digital color management and printing; working with light; composition; critiquing photographs; copyright law; and business practices.
Before visiting, I was skeptical of the show's premise: The space would supposedly be transformed into a "darkroom"--here the term refers not to a place where film is developed, but a room, like those sometimes found in gay bars or movie theaters, where customers can go to have sex.
In Darkroom, as an adult looking back, she narrates how the epic events of the civil rights era in the American South influenced her years growing up.
JT: The black-and-white tied me to the darkroom, because I felt I was the only person who could print the way I wanted my work to look.
I snapped so many photos that I ended up building a 5-by-6-foot darkroom in the corner of my living room in Brooklyn.
Billed as "Tampa Bay's only gay owned and gay operated private club, resort and bathhouse," the Ybor Resort and Spa is opening its steamroom and "darkroom" (i.e.
It's different from our recent label mix compilations for Soma and Darkroom Dubs, or our own self-produced albums.
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.
The two black and white images from Hazeldon73 and Michael Checkland ASN are probably more typical of the kind of work that used to be done in a darkroom or studio.