projection print

projec′tion print`


n.
a photographic print made by the projection of an image onto sensitized paper. Compare contact print.

projection print

An enlarged or reduced photographic print made by projection of the image of a negative or a transparency onto a sensitized surface.
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A couple more crucial minutes were found on a 1936 projection print stored at another archive, George Eastman House in Rochester, N.
Like many early films, the original negative of ``Hell's Angels'' had long ago disappeared, and all that existed of the partially colored production were black-and-white projection prints that Hughes had made in the 1950s.