Stranger things “Red room” confusion,the answer is here


    Though the fuss is still not over Stranger Things season 3 which released on July 4, 2019, there is another news that is making rounds on the internet, and that is none other the “red room” confusion of stranger things itself.

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    What is the “red room” and why did it go viral?

    Well apparently, red room is the place where Jonathan Byers played by Charlie Heaton goes into a dark red room and washes the photograph to get a bright look, we can see it many times during the season but the ‘new age kids’ have no idea what that room is red and why does he go there. See for the picture itself-

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    The reaction was way more hilarious, when people who know about it are claiming that they are feeling like some 400 years old and thanks to the humble individual who even explained it most straightforwardly- “A darkroom is a workshop used by photographers working with photographic film to make the prints and carry out other associated tasks. It is a room that can be made completely dark to allow the processing of the light-sensitive photographic materials, including film and photographic paper. And for why it’s red: When making black-and-white prints, a safelight is commonly used to illuminate the work area. Since the majority of black-and-white papers are sensitive to only blue, or to blue and green light, a red- or amber-colored light can be safely used without exposing the paper.”

    And that’s why it went viral. Hopefully, everyone has answers now.

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    Season 3

    Season 3 was as exciting and engaging, in fact, more than it. It became one of best sci-fi thrillers by Netflix, it is still streaming on Netflix and not going anywhere soon. With eight episodes, the series was not too long but worth it.