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marks or scratches on the emulsion surface of photogrpahic materials (usually film)
abrasions
in a mounted photograph it refers to an image that extends to teh boundaries of the board
bleed
albums of photos that give you ideas
clip files
light that is directed away from the subject toward a reflective surface
bounce light
the negative holder in an englarger
carrier
the ability of a film to realistically reproduce the colors of a scene
color balance
the impression of clarity of detail in the photograph
definition
the blackness of an area in a negative or print that is determined by the amount of light that can pass through a negative or reflect from a print
density
the spreading of a light ray after it passes near the edge of an object
diffraction
defects in the shape of an image caused by certain types of lenses
distortion
a method of mounting prints on cardboard or similar materials by means of heat pressure, and tissue impregnated with shellac
drymounting
holds photographic paper flat for explosure under the enlarger
easel
lighting the subject in such away as to produce a minimum of shadows and contrast in the subject
flat lighting
darkening or discoloring of a negative or print caused by extraneous light of chemical action
fog
a blur, or halo effect, that sometimes occurs around a bright subject
halation
the distance from the camera beyond which no further focusing adjustment is required to maintain a sharp image
infinity
used to describe a finish on paper-nonglossy or dull
matte
used to describe paper with a smooth surface which can be used for ferrotyping
glossy
incapable of transmitting light. also a commercial product which is painted on a negative to black out an area
opaque
the range of grays (densities) in a photographic image
tonal scale
the shades of red and orange (brown) in a black and white image
warm tones
refers to the thickness of photographic paper
weight