Recent Examples of darkroom from the Web
Although her time spent in a darkroom has ended with the advent of digital cameras, Rice hasn't lost her eye for what makes a good photo.
The Print Room, founded and headed by Shari Wilkins, describes itself as a photography cooperative in which photographers work together in a community darkroom and communal workspace.
His childhood home in Ringerike, Norway, had a darkroom where his father made his own photos, and right away, Berger was hooked.
Photographer Edward Weston built a cabin and darkroom near Point Lobos, and the area soon became a magnet for visual artists.
Those early attempts were uneven at best, owing to our lack of technical skills both behind the camera and in the darkroom.
View Slideshow By the time Joshua Greene was 11 years old, his father Milton Greene, a close friend and longtime photographer of Marilyn Monroe, had enlisted him in his darkroom.
Selected participants will meet once a month and have access to The Light Factory’s darkroom, digital printing lab and lighting studio.
Ten years younger than John, my father had been an office boy who eagerly became a photo lab technician in the LIFE London darkroom that was part of John's domain.
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First Known Use of darkroom
DARKROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of darkroom for English Language Learners
: a room that is used for making photographs and that is lit with a special kind of red light
DARKROOM Defined for Kids
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