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Cropping
resizing the picture to trim down unwanted parts
Negative Carrier
carries the negative emulsion side down
Lamphouse
where light source is
Easel
holds paper flat for enlarging
Lens
has F-stops, filter carriers
Contrast
range of greys between b-w
Normal Contrast
used to make test exposures
Test Print
used to show different exposure areas so that there is a good contrast
Print Dryer
dries prints
Enlarger
a camera in reverse. Projects light through a negative onto photographic paper.
F-stop
controls how much light will reach the enlarging paper
Timer
used to control the length of time the light from the enlarger will expose the paper
Enlarging Easel
holds the paper flat during the exposure
Contact sheet
puts a positive image on paper
Negative carrier
holds negative through enlargement
Density
the darker the negative, the more light that is needed to print the negative
Thickness of film's emulsion
Size of enlargement
Bigger enlargements require more light
The higher longer exposure films
Type of paper
high-contrast paper generally require longer exposure
sensitivity to light
Type of enlarger
some enlargers use higher wattage bulbs than others
different wattage bulbs
Test print
piece of paper with different exposures for the same negative
"DODGING"
during - giving less light to some part of the print
Makes an area lighter
dodging is done during
"Burning IN"
After-giving additional light to some part of the print. Additional light will make that area of the print darker.
burning is done after
"Perspective Control"
tilting the easel to change the perspective of the paper during exposure
Contrast
Range of grays from b-w
Speed
Sensitivity to light
Acetate base
shiny side of the negative
hypo clear
speeds up wash time by getting rid of fixer
fixer
harding emulsion; takes away light sensitive particles
spotting
process of darkening light spots on the print caused by dust or other materials on the negative
Bleaching
the process of lightening dark spots on the print with laundry bleach or potassium ferrocynide
Dry mount
using heat sensitive dry mount tissue and a dry mount press. Mounts a picture
Focus
making image clear.
focus enlarger