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safe·light

 (sāf′līt′)
n.
A lamp having one or more color filters allowing moderate darkroom illumination without affecting photosensitive film or paper.

safelight

(ˈseɪfˌlaɪt)
n
(Photography) photog a light that can be used in a room in which photographic material is handled, transmitting only those colours to which a particular type of film, plate, or paper is relatively insensitive

safe•light

(ˈseɪfˌlaɪt)

n.
a darkroom light with a filter that transmits only those rays of the spectrum to which films, printing paper, etc., are not sensitive.
[1900–05]
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n TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES Studio development co-ordinator Brett Fletcher (left) looks through some of the photographic negatives with student Jim Taylor and (inset) work is carried under the red glow of the darkroom safelights
Unexposed and unprocessed film must be handled under dark green safelights.
Maybe the darkroom, with its safelights and storage, should be separate from the processing?