Darkroom

A darkroom is a room that can be made completely dark to allow the processing of light sensitive photographic materials, including photographic film and photographic paper. Darkrooms have been created and used since the inception of photography in the early 19th century. Darkrooms have many various manifestations, from the elaborate space used by ...
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darkroom

[n] - a room in which photographs are developed
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darkroom

noun a room in which photographs are developed
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Darkroom

[electronic music project] Darkroom is a British electronic music project created by Andrew `Os` Ostler (synthesizers and loops) and Michael Bearpark (guitars and loops). Other contributors to the project have been Tim Bowness (voice and voiceloops) and Peter Chilvers (space bass). The project performs live in the UK and has released severa...
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Darkroom

A light tight area used for processing films and for printing and processing papers; also for loading and unloading film holders and some cameras. For image purist, the cycle of photograph is not complete if the darkroom process is not handled personally. A room or small area that can be made completely lightproof, so it can be used for working wit...
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Darkroom

Light tight room used for processing and printing. It usually incorporates safe lighting suitable fo
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