photographic paper

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Noun1.photographic paper - light-sensitive paper on which photograph can be printedphotographic paper - light-sensitive paper on which photograph can be printed
photographic film, film - photographic material consisting of a base of celluloid covered with a photographic emulsion; used to make negatives or transparencies
photographic equipment - equipment used by a photographer
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Once transported, the negatives were printed on photographic paper and delivered.
Toda (an expert in the field) using a hi-tech digital technique and special photographic paper. IT IS NOT A CHEAP TARPAULIN NOR A CHEAP COPY.
The light cast a shadow of the object, which was then captured by the photographic paper. Darkroom processing created a 'negative' image of the object much like an x-ray.
Then, the three copies were overlaid sequentially by projection on color-sensitive photographic paper using an enlarger with red, green, and blue filters for the appropriate exposures.
Entrants are required to produce a portfolio of three photographs based on theme, in colour or black and white, on photographic paper and images should be no more than A4 size.
She demonstrated the technique using a small iron, a special stylus, dyed beeswax and card similar to photographic paper.
Starting with the original negative, I exposed photographic paper in the darkroom to create an initial image.
From these works we came to understand Chiari's project as a metalinguistic reflection on communicative codes, as also suggested by pieces such as Untitled, 1979, in which a still from a videotape is printed on photographic paper in each of the primary colors in turn.
Find some really good quality photographic paper and print them, because we know those will last at least 150 years," Cerf told reporters on the sidelines of the Internet Governance Forum in Geneva.
Kodak developed a photographic paper for x-ray image capture in 1896 (4), as did Fuji in 1936 (5).

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