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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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"There was a job going in the darkroom of the South Wales Echo and I joined in 1966.
Darkroom to Boardroom also documents Alun's career postnewspapers, during which he became a managing director in marketing, worked in sales and acquisitions and as an international publishing and communication consultant.
"I had a junior college photography instructor tell me, after the administration forced him to get rid of the darkroom, the photography department lost 50 percent of its students, who registered at another nearby school that still has darkrooms."
Makes you wonder what Ansel Adams, the landscape photographer who was a wizard in the darkroom, might have been able to do with the controls available today.
Seasoned darkroom workers have long known that blending, or "integrating," two or more negatives onto one sheet of photographic paper reduces grain.
Union officials said yesterday that they had received letters and calls from darkroom technicians in Mearnskirk Hospital on Glasgow's south side, Ravenscraig Hospital in Greenock, Renfrewshire, and Hawkhead Hospital in Paisley.
Roughly 94% of dental schools reported having a separate radiology protocol in place; however, most did not routinely disinfect darkroom surfaces, loading slots, or daylight loaders on processors.[8] Inconsistencies in radiographic infection control protocols in dental hygiene programs were reported and differences in philosophy were cited depending on whether the program was a two-year program, four-year program, or affiliated with a dental school.[9] The authors concluded that infection control protocols taught in nondental school, dental hygiene programs mainly protected the operator rather than addressed the potential for risk to patients.
He said wire color is as good as local color and that local photos also can be handled through the electronic darkroom.
I had the specious feeling I "knew" these folks, as filtered through Proust's internal darkroom. The "originals" here seem like representations of the novel rather than vice versa.
This particular film was taken at a time somewhere between these technologies as it was developed using a darkroom process.
This is done in a darkroom. Any extra light touching the film now would ruin your photos.
A thorough literature search was conducted using 14 databases to search for "multiple chemical sensitivity," "darkroom disease," "latex allergies" and "health education as related to radiology.