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carbon process

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A photographic printing process using permanent pigments, such as carbon, contained in a sensitized tissue or film of gelatin.

carbon process

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carbon printing

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(Photography) a photographic process for producing positive prints by exposing sensitized carbon tissue to light passing through a negative. Washing removes the unexposed gelatine leaving the pigmented image in the exposed insoluble gelatine
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Noun1.carbon process - a process of printing on paper coated with bichromated gelatin containing pigment
printing process, printing - reproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication
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The low carbon printing and packing specialists used a hire purchase facility from Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance to buy the Heidelberg printing press.
Organized by Northwest regional members of the Analog Photography Users Group, the workshop will include discussions and demonstrations on a variety of traditional photographic methods, including platinum printing, carbon printing and home-brewed silver emulsions.
been " In 1862, Swan patented the first commercially practicable process for carbon printing in photography - in which Paul has taken a course.