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Words Related to Arts and Crafts - Photographic Processing

Here you will learn some English words related to photographic processing such as "dark room", "developer", and "calotype".

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darkroom
[noun]
a room that is lit in a specific way in order to develop a photograph
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developer
[noun]
a chemical solution used in traditional film photography to convert the latent image on a photographic film or paper into a visible image by reducing the silver halide crystals in the emulsion to metallic silver
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dufaycolor
[noun]
a color photographic process that was introduced in the early 1930s and used a matrix of colored filters to create a color image on a black-and-white film base
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dye coupler
[noun]
a chemical compound that forms a dye molecule during the development process when it reacts with oxidized color developer
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enlarger
[noun]
a device used in traditional film photography to project the image from a photographic negative onto light-sensitive paper
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fixer
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a solution used in traditional film photography to remove any remaining light-sensitive silver halide crystals from a photographic emulsion, effectively "fixing" the image on the film or paper and making it permanent
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heliograph
[noun]
a device used for signaling over long distances using sunlight and a mirror, in which the mirror is used to reflect sunlight in a coded pattern to convey messages
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image stabilization
[noun]
a technology used in cameras and other optical devices to reduce the effects of camera shake or other types of motion blur in images and videos
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photographic printing
[noun]
the process of creating a physical print from a photographic negative or digital image file, using light-sensitive paper and a light source to expose the image onto the paper and a series of chemical baths to develop, stop, fix, and tone the image
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safelight
[noun]
a type of low-intensity light used in traditional darkrooms to allow photographers to see and work with light-sensitive materials
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stop bath
[noun]
a solution used in traditional film photography to halt the action of the developer by neutralizing its alkalinity, preventing further development and fixing the image on the photographic film or paper
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multiple exposure
[noun]
a photography and filmmaking technique where multiple images are exposed onto a single frame of film or image sensor to create a composite image
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halftone
[noun]
a printing technique that simulates continuous-tone images, such as photographs or paintings, using a pattern of small dots or lines to create the illusion of shades of gray or color
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calotype
[noun]
an early photographic process using light-sensitive paper to create and develop images
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developing tank
[noun]
a light-tight container used in traditional film photography to hold and process photographic film in a series of chemical baths
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photographic paper
[noun]
a light-sensitive paper used in traditional film photography to create physical prints from a photographic negative or digital image file
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photographic film
[noun]
a light-sensitive material used in traditional film photography to capture and record images
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contact sheet
[noun]
a photographic print made by placing a negative directly in contact with light-sensitive paper and exposing it to light, creating a sheet of small positive images that show all the frames on a roll of film or a set of negatives
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wash water
[noun]
the water used to rinse photographic paper or film after processing, in order to remove residual chemicals and prevent them from affecting the final image or causing deterioration over time
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emulsion
[noun]
a light-sensitive coating applied to photographic film or paper, consisting of a suspension of silver halide crystals in a gelatin or other binder
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overdevelopment
[noun]
a situation where the photographic film or paper has been processed for too long in the developer solution
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underdevelopment
[noun]
a situation where the photographic film or paper has not been processed for long enough in the developer solution
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