Definition of darkroom
: a room with no light or with a safelight for developing light-sensitive photographic materials
Recent Examples of darkroom from the Web
The show continues through Saturday, August 19 at the Print Room, which describes itself as a community darkroom, education center and studio workspace.
In the 1970s, Mr. Allen and Mr. Greene shared a darkroom and a studio in San Francisco while Mr. Greene studied photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Photo-taking now is commonplace among youngsters once kept far from chemical-laden darkrooms and delicate equipment, says Michelle Dunn Marsh, executive...
It was cut with a knife, copy in a darkroom and paste with wax.
But that also leaves room for the unexpected, including objects that look back in innovative ways, like Lisa McCarty’s experiments in darkroom drawing and Anne Arden McDonald’s photograms, made without the use of a camera.
So Ut spent the next couple of years working in the darkroom and shooting feature photos around Saigon until one January morning in 1968 when the war came to him.
At the new house, Opie set up a darkroom in a spare bathroom, and, by babysitting for the family next door, saved enough to buy a 35-mm.
But those that left her darkroom were the ones in which every toe, every fingertip was properly positioned, and dance and dancers looked flawless.
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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
Definition of darkroom for Students
: a usually small dark room used in developing photographic plates and film
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