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dark·room

 (därk′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
A room in which photographic materials are processed, either in complete darkness or with a safelight.

darkroom

(ˈdɑːkˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
(Photography) a room in which photographs are processed in darkness or safe light

dark•room

(ˈdɑrkˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

n.
a room in which film, photographic paper, etc., is made, handled, or developed and from which the actinic rays of light are excluded.
[1835–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.darkroom - a room in which photographs are developeddarkroom - a room in which photographs are developed
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
Translations
temná komora
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darkroom
sötétkamra

darkroom

[ˈdɑːkrʊm] N (Phot) → cuarto m oscuro

darkroom

[ˈdɑːrkrʊm ˈdɑːrkruːm] n (PHOTOGRAPHY)chambre f noiredark-skinned [ˌdɑːrkˈskɪnd] adj [person, race] → de couleur

darkroom

[ˈdɑːkrum] ncamera oscura
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Darkrooms are special film-developing workshops that can become completely dark to process light-sensitive film and photo paper.
Fluorescence microscopes have generally been operated in darkrooms to reduce imaging noise and observe weakly fluorescent light.
Alun who now lives in Ascot, Berkshire, with his wife Sara explained how his childhood passion for photography turned into an amazing career which has allowed him to travel the world and be part of the transformation of photojournalism from the days when images had to be processed in darkrooms to the digital transmission of pictures.
This was juxtaposed with a succession of damp darkrooms festooned with obsessive photographic documentation of the town, and washed with deep red 'safelights'.
While school photography departments must also acknowledge and adapt to the digital world, it's still far less expensive to build wet darkrooms than high-end digital workstations.
During the "Dark Age" of darkrooms, film bins and handling errors prevailed; some days, everything went wrong.
They are running courses which will teach people about darkrooms, how to take black and white photographs, how to develop photographs and how to print photographs.
From a century away, we scrutinize these strangers, their dated outfits incongruous with surprisingly contemporary faces, and are left to our inner darkrooms to make sense of their mysteries.
Now computer technology is making chemical darkrooms obsolete for all such work.
The five fell ill after exposure to a cocktail of chemicals in darkrooms at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
Groups like Vereinigung der Arbeiter-fotografen Deutschlands (Association of German worker photographers), which gave members access to darkrooms and to communally purchased equipment, were publishing their photographs in magazines like Der Arbeiter-Fotograf (The worker-photographer, 1926-33) and the Arbeiter Illustrierte-Zeitung (Workers illustrated news, 1924-33, known as AIZ).
For agencies that maintain darkrooms and photo labs, Fuller & d'Albert is the leading source for high-end photo labs and darkrooms; we can take the project from an empty architectural drawing through a finished operating laboratory all of whose equipment we are can service.