darkroom equipment 
Material required to process film and to print photographs in a darkened room.
Device that projects a usually enlarged negative image in black and white onto light-sensitive photographic paper.
lamphouse elevation control
Device that lifts the lamphouse head so that the negative holder can be inserted into the enlarger.
Base plate on which a photographic paper is placed.
Optical system made up of a set of lenses fixed on a mount; it transfers an enlarged image of a negative onto photographic paper.
Lightproof instrument of varying length; it is used to focus the image on photographic paper.
Device with two opaque plates that holds the negative flat between the light source and the lens of the enlarger.
Box enclosing a light source that is used to illuminate a negative.
Graduated scale showing the distance between the baseboard and the lens; it is used to determine the magnification ratio of the negative.
red safelight filter
Colored filter placed under the lens to frame or focus a black and white image directly onto photographic paper without exposing it.
Device used to adjust the height of the lamphouse head on the column.
Serrated bar mounted on the baseboard; it is used to support the lamphouse head and to adjust its height.