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safelight

A lamp, typically in a darkroom, that allows a person to view light-sensitive material without it being altered by the light. The lamp is generally coated with or enclosed in a partially-translucent filter that screens out light rays to which the film or paper are sensitive.SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE II BEST FACE A feature of the Samsung Galaxy Note II smart phone that is similar to the BLACKBERRY 10 smart phone s time shift feature that allows the photographer who takes a picture with the phone s built-in camera to go forward or backwards in time. Essentially the camera rapidly takes a number of pictures milliseconds apart when the shutter button is depressed. The user can blend the pictures to compose an ideal photograph - one, for example, in which all the people in the final photo may be smiling or have their eyes open.

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safelight

An enclosed darkroom lamp fitted with a filter to screen out light rays to which film and paper are sensitive.
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safelight

A filtered light thats used in a darkroom to allow you to see while handling light sensitive material. Orange is used for most black & white materials, red for ortho, brown for variable contrast papers and a very deep green for colour materials.
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safelight

An enclosed darkroomlamp fitted with a filter to screen out light rays to which film and paper are sensitive.Light source consisting of housing, lamp and screen of a colour that will not affectthe photographic material in use. Safelight screens are available in various coloursand sizes for specific applications.
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safelight

Lights found in a darkroom that will not expose light sensitive materials. Film cannot be exposed to any light before development, not even safelights.
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