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  • noun Plural form of darkroom.

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Examples

  • Modern astronomy is all about computers -- the days of staring through eyepieces and developing film in darkrooms are over.

    8/4/08: Launch Pad, day 5

  • If the government wants to try and stop gays barebacking in darkrooms and children smoking behind the bikesheads then these seperate issues can only be seen as a good thing.

    Lightish Blogging

  • This exhibition looking at how the digital age has killed off many analogue resources, such as darkrooms and recording studios, comes at a time when iPhone apps like Hipstamatic or recording to tape have an almost ironic retro appeal.

    This week's new events

  • As my bargaining power grew, I also came to want a lab with enough fume hoods, vented storage cabinets, and small darkrooms for fluorescence microscopy to support my unusual combination of chemistry and biology, as well as a joint appointment in a Chemistry department and support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

    Roger Y. Tsien - Autobiography

  • I’m not a photographer, but for several years in college I was very good friends with people who were, some of whom, in fact, had darkrooms set up in their houses.

    Kim Edwards - An interview with author

  • The 52-year-old started at Kodak out of high school in 1981 to work in its darkrooms.

    Their Kodak Moments

  • Even after she decided in the early 1970s that her primary artistic tool would be the view camera, the startling pictures she made with it over the next half-century bore more of a kinship with the work of Cézanne, Morandi and Corot than with anything emerging from the darkrooms of her contemporaries.

    The Poetry of the Ordinary

  • Besides exhibition space, there are darkrooms and other photographic facilities available to members 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and a long tradition of lectures and instruction.

    A Remembrance of Haunts

  • Here, Richard Nicholson's photography of darkrooms is fascinatingly space-age, while Lewis Durham from youthful rhythm'n'blues jump outfit Kitty Daisy & Lewis has set up a mono recording studio – book in for 30-minute sessions to lay down your playing, talking or caterwauling straight on to a one-off record.

    This week's new events

  • Over the years, he designed darkrooms, made prints for other photographers, taught photo classes, shot everything from models in 1950s shirtwaist dresses to industrial smokestacks and steel mills -- he supported his family any way he could, as long as it had to do with photography.

    'Seussical' Lyricist Lynn Ahren's 'One-Man Show': Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature

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