bromide paper


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bromide paper

n
(Photography) a type of photographic paper coated with an emulsion of silver bromide usually containing a small quantity of silver iodide
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bromide paper

n (Phot) → Bromsilberpapier nt
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Swan also patented bromide paper, which underpinned the development of modern photography.
The day would end after rushing back to the office darkroom for processing the films and finally making prints on the bromide paper, to be filed." Juliette knew both sides of the coin after having studied fine arts at university and having worked as a photographer during her school days.
After returning to Japan, he advocated "light with its harmony" and made straight prints on bromide paper. He eventually rejected the manipulation of prints and proposed reproducing the print exactly as seen by the artist.