The photo sensitive coating on photographic film.
The light-sensitive layer of film or paper. In black and white films the emulsion usually consists of very fine grain of silver halide suspended in gelatin, Which blacken when exposed to light. The emulsion of colour films contains molecules of dye in addition to the silver halide.
A light-sensitive pigment coating on film, plates and color key proofs.
The film and print paper coating that is light-sensitive (photo-sensitive). Because coating is fragile, emulsion should be treated carefully. Film should be shipped with the emulsion side carefully protected from scratching.
Used alternately with film, but refers to the coating on the acetate film base. Emulsions consist of light-sensitive silver salts, color couplers, filters, and other layers that work together to both protect and form the actual photographic image on film.
The chemically treated side of photographic film. (The dull side not the shiny side.) Depending on the printing process involved, film will be requested as "right reading" emulsion up or emulsion down.
A light-sensitive coating applied to film or paper. Latent images form in the emulsion, and are made visible and permanent during development.
the portion of film which coats a base of cellulose, is light-sensitive, and has photographic qualities. This emulsion must be scraped away on both sides of the film in order to form a permanent bond when spliced.
A chemical coating on film or paper, sensitive to light.
In printing and graphic arts, the term is used in reference to the light-sensitive coating coating the side of photographic film that facees the lens during exposure. It is on this surface that the image is formed. The emulsion is a gelatin or colloidal solution that contains a light-sensitive silver halide compound. It is also used on glass photographic plates and metal printing plates. A photographic negative usually looks right if the emulsion on the negative faces away from the viewer (i.e., "not flipped"). See also FILM GRAIN HALATION NEGATIVE
Sensitized silver halide coating on acetate base of film able to recreate images when exposed to light.
The light-sensitive coating on film or photo-graphic paper.
Photosensitive coating on printing plates and photographic film
The photosensitive chemical coating on one side of photographic film or paper.
The side of a photographic negative that is coated with light sensitive material.
The light-sensitive coating on microfilm, usually containing silver salts and other chemicals suspended in gelatin.
a light-sensitive coating applied to photographic films or papers. It consists of silver halide crystals & other chemicals suspended in gelatin
The coating of light-sensitive material on a piece of film
The light-sensitive gelatin that coats the side of photographic film that faces the lens during exposure.
A suspension of a light-sensitive material (salt of silver) in a colloidal medium (usually gelatin) used to coat photographic film, printing plates or paper. In popular usage, any coating, whether or not it is photo-sensitive.
A suspension of a light-sensitive silver salt (especially silver chloride or silver bromide) in a colloidal medium (usually gelatin), which is used for coating photographic films, plates, and papers .
(1) A. suspension of small globules of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix; (2) a photosensitive coating, usually of silver halide grains in a thin gelatin layer, on photographic film, paper; or glass.
The light-sensitive coating on photographic film or printing paper.
A photosensitive chemical coating used on on photographic film, paper, or glass.
a light-sensitive coating on paper or film; consists of fine grains of silver bromide suspended in a gelatin
The silver-gelatin image layer of processed film.
The chemicals that respond to light on photographic film or paper. See: Film.
Simply put, it's the light sensitive part of film or photographic paper.
A thin light-sensitive coating of silver bromide or other silver halide in a medium such as gelatin on a photographic plate, paper, or film.
A coating of light sensitive compound on a piece of paper
Photographic emulsion is a combination of light sensitive crystals that are coated onto acetate to make film or paper to make prints. The crystals usually consist of silver halides, which are compounds of silver iodide, bromide and chloride.
In photograph processes, the photosensitive coating on film the time and intensity of illumination acting upon the light-sensitive emulsion on a film.
The photosensitive layer on a piece of film, paper or plate onto which an image can be exposed.
The light sensitive, chemically active surface on photographic film and paper.
In roofing, a coating consisting of asphalt and fillers suspended in water.
A mixture of silver halides and gelatin that is coated onto various materials to create light-sensitive films and papers. Black-and-white film generally has one layer of emulsion while color film may have three or more layers.
The magnetic coating on a recording tape that stores the signal.
Thin layer of silver attached to base of a film strip. The silver reacts with the light when exposed which creates a film image.
The emulsion forms the light sensitive part of film or paper. The film base is usually polyester or tri-acetate which is then coated with a layer or layers of an emulsion made up of silver halide crystals in gelatin.
Photosensitive coating on repro films.
Light sensitive coating found on printing plates and film.
A suspension of light-sensitive chemicals in a viscous medium to form a coating on photographic film or plates.
A chemical coating on the film base which creates a latent (invisible) image when exposed to light during filming. The processing operation produces a visible, usable image.
The light-sensitive coating, consisting of silver-halide crystals suspended in a gelatin. Applied to photographic paper, plates and film, in which the final photographic image is suspended and protected. In albumen and collodion prints, the silver halides rested on the surface of these substances. With salt prints, platinum and palladium prints, the emulsion is absorbed into the paper itself.
The photosensitive layer on a piece of film or paper.
Micro-thin layers of gelatin on film in which light-sensitive ingredients are suspended; triggered by light to create a chemical reaction resulting in a photographic image. Basically, suspension of light-sensitive silver salts in gelatin.
The sensitivity of the film also affects the contrast of the film's emulsion. The lower the sensitivity, the higher the contrast recorded by the emulsion. A film which is highly sensitive to light also reproduces less contrast within the image. So a 1600 ASA will have far less contrast than a 100ASA film.
Chemical coating on papers, films and printing plates that records an image when exposed to light.
This term is used for the light sensitive surface of photographic and holographic films, although an actual chemical emulsion is sometimes not used.
A suspension of light sensitive materials such as silver halides, in a colloidal substance (usually gelatin), which is used to coat photographic films, plates and papers.
A light sensitive coating on photographic film and paper. An emulsion is made up of silver halides and gelatin.
A suspension of photosensitive silver halide grains in gelatin that constitutes the image- forming layer on photographic materials.
Silver-gelatin image layer of the processed film. Close Window
Emulsion is the light sensitive chemicals used on films and printing plates.
The light sensitive coating of a photographic material such a film.
A light sensitive substance used as a coating for film; made from a silver halide compound. This side should face the lens when the film is exposed.
A light-sensitive composition consisting of one or more of the silver halides suspended in gelatin for coating a surface of a film, photographic paper and the like. The image is formed in the emulsion.
The chemical coating on film and photographic paper that is light sensitive. Without the emulsion, the photographic image would not be possible.
Photosensitive coating on one side of graphics film or paper.
Photosensitive substance used as coating for printing plates and film
The image-forming layer of photographic films, papers, and plates.
The photosensitive, chemically active surface on photographic film and paper.
Casting of light-sensitive chemicals on papers, films, printing plates and stencils.
The light-sensitive material (which is suspended in micro-thin layers of gelatin) that is coated onto different bases to make photographic film, or paper.
The top side of the film. It is dull, as opposed to the bottom part of the film -- the base -- which is shiny. Your lips will leave a mark on the emulsion side of film.
This is a light sensitive material that is used to coat the surface of film and photo paper. Emulsion is made of one or more of the silver halides suspended in gelatin. The actual image is formed in the film's or paper's emulsion.
light sensitive material which consists of a suspension of silver halides in gelatin.
The light sensitive layer of the film