darkroom darkroom  /ˈdɑr ˌkrum/


  • (n) a room in which photographs are developed


  1. Initially, before she dug the film out from her basement, Jack never thought her pictures would have much life beyond her own darkroom.
  2. For six months, newspaper darkrooms in Chicago and Detroit have closeted mysterious goings-on.
  3. A darkroom kiss between Cruz and Johansson is probably Allen's most direct expression of romantic-sexual connection.


  • Epson Celebrates the Black-and-White Print with New Video Series

    LONG BEACH, Calif., June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Epson today launched a series of videos celebrating the Black-and-White print, available now on Epson's website. Looking back to the traditional Black-and-White darkroom for inspiration, the new tutorials offer unique insight into the...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PR Newswire

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  1. "The controls for working with black and white film in Aperture 1.1 are staggering-much more powerful than a wet darkroom," said John Stanmeyer, co-founding member of the VII Photo Agency and a contract photographer with Time Magazine. "There...
    on Apr 13, 2006 By: John Stanmeyer Source: Apple Hot News

  2. "I still have a darkroom at home, and I love to work in it," Gore said. "I do like digital. I still love black-and-white film, but the digital is convenient--the quality is almost as good as film. Almost. The convenience is hard to beat."
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Tipper Gore Source: MetroWest Daily News

  3. "My mother is a photographer," McPhee says, and her mother's studio, Pryde Brown Photographs, is still on Nassau Street in Princeton, NJ, where McPhee grew up. "I just remember so distinctly being in the amber light of the darkroom, and...
    on May 7, 2006 By: Laura McPhee Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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