Photographic printing

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the process of obtaining pictures, as on chemically prepared paper, from photographic negatives, by exposure to light.

See also: Photographic

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Tetra Pak has announced that new volume options and advanced photographic printing techniques are now available on its Tetra Fino Aseptic packaging range.
Suggesting new connections between populism, modernism, and the occult, the exhibition includes self- and community portraits made using early photographic printing technologies; shrinelike installations of plants, gilded rocks, shea butter, and album covers; as well as recent large-scale paintings and newly commissioned floor works that build on the artist's facility with abstraction.
In this accessible guide for general readers and photographers at all levels, about 90 digital photographic printing techniques are described.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, has received two DIMA Digital Printer Shoot-Out awards for fine art photographic printing at the 2009 PMA International Convention and Trade Show.
Author Richard Benson presents an informed and informative perspective and presentation of just how far the photographic printing processes have come.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament's environment committee has tabled giving the packaging industry time to deal with a proposed European Union (EU) ban on perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS)--environmentally damaging chemicals used in photographic printing. The committee has proposed this ban is delayed for photoresists or anti-reflective coatings for photolithography processes until eight years after the directive comes into force, provided they are used in controlled closed systems because of lack of technical alternatives.
Christian Koefoed-Nielsen, of Panmure Gordon, said although concerns of competitive pressure weighed on Jessops's share price as bigger retailers such as Tesco and Asda sold more digital technology, the chain's potential lay in photographic printing. The market for digital camera prints is worth pounds 1bn, a third of the overall prints market.
Christian Koefoed-Nielsen from Panmure Gordon said although concerns of competitive pressure weighed on Jessops' share price as bigger retailers such as Tesco and Asda sold more digital technology, Jessops potential lay in photographic printing.
It is impossible to know if Kerr made the later prints using this new photographic printing technique.
Creo is a world leader in digital photographic printing software production and operates in more than 30 countries, servicing about 25,000 customer accounts.

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