safelight


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safelight

(sāf′līt)
A darkroom device that emits a light of a specified wavelength that causes less fogging of undeveloped film than white light does.

safe·light

(sāflīt)
Illumination permitted in a darkroom during processing.
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Safelight, which was co-founded by Michael Maziarz, provides a full range of instructor-led and on-demand courses for development, IT and general staff.
The second source of film fog was incorrect safelight illumination.
Without the safelight on, we cannot see through the windows enough to see where to do the dodging or burning in.
Followed by this acquisition, all 15 Safelight employees joined Security Innovation.
You'll also need scissors, photographic paper, clear Plexiglas" or heavy glass, processing chemicals in trays, a darkened room with a safelight and a sink, and a light source (an enlarger, perhaps).
Sometimes the problem can be corrected by the mammographer or QC technologist, as when there is a light leak in the safelight, but more often the processor service provider must be called.
The violet-laser Polaris lowers operating cost and images Agfa's Lithostar Ultra-V or any other violet- sensitive laser-imaged plate in convenient yellow safelight.
The film was viewed through the darkroom safelight to determine the density level.
The flume was illuminated by dim incandescent bulbs, and the shelters by a red photographic safelight.