photographic emulsion

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Noun1.photographic emulsion - a light-sensitive coating on paper or film; consists of fine grains of silver bromide suspended in a gelatin
coating, coat - a thin layer covering something; "a second coat of paint"
silver nitrate - a nitrate used in making photographic emulsions; also used in medicine as a cautery and as a topical antibacterial agent
silver bromide - a bromide that darkens when exposed to light; used in making photographic emulsions
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Going forward, all the plate batches were tested to characterize their long-exposure sensitivity to establish the best exposure time for each color band, typically between 40 and 60 minutes for each type of hypersensitized photographic emulsion.
What that means in terms of potential image clarity is more fine detail, greater texture and an almost photographic emulsion of smoothness.
This technology enables image clarity with fine detail, greater texture and an almost photographic emulsion of smoothness.
Chilton, "A new photographic emulsion for the detection of fast charged particles," Journal of Scientific Instruments, vol.
I felt as though a delicate filament linking precious and particular moments of relationships among artworks and enthusiasts, caught momentarily on photographic emulsion, had been extended to me by his presence that morning in the Knoedler Gallery.
Gradually, Eastman began experimenting with ways to eliminate heavy glass plates, eventually coming up with what we know today as film: paper coated with photographic emulsion and then rolled into a holder.
Which precious metal is a major ingredient in photographic emulsion?
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When the plate was exposed, light entering the lens passed through the grains onto a layer of photographic emulsion. Once processed, the plate yielded a positive full-colour image.
Aylmer's world is an "unreal" one, partly because it "admits of no sunlight." This is because Aylmer has constructed a kind of photographic darkroom, a safe space for storing his wife, whom he treats as a sensitive photographic emulsion. Aylmer has deliberately "shut in the scene ...
Kerr's photographic plates show all types of faults with the photographic emulsion. Fingerprints are clearly visible where they were held at the edges of some plates.
That "twist" involves Irwin's use of time-lapse photography and manipulation of the photographic emulsion in the development of the film to produce portraits that intersect with several artistic genres: most obviously physique photography, but also sculpture, choreography, mime, impressionist painting, and even in a way cubism.

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