The invisible image that is formed when the silver halide compounds in film are struck by light. Upon development, this image, or series of light and dark tones, is made manifest.
Image formed by the changes to silver halide grains in photographic emulsion upon exposure to light, which is not visible until chemical development occurs.
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The invisible image on exposed film which has not been developed. (Basic Science/Radiography/producearadiograph.htm)
The invisible pattern formed on a photographic film by exposure to light
The invisible image formed in a camera or printer by the action of light on a photographic emulsion.
The invisible impression on the sensitized emulsion exposed to light upon a photographic emulsion in a camera. Development converts the latent image to a visible one.
In a copying process, a static charge corresponding to the original document image that is present on the drum prior to contact with toner.
A reaction of light on photographic film or paper. When processed this will result in a visible image that is either in reversed tones (as in a negative) or in positive tones (as in a colour slide).
The invisible image present in exposed but undeveloped film or paper. Development converts the latent image to a visible image. See Developer.
The action of light upon a sensitive material causes no visible change, but if the exposed material is treated with an agent, usually termed the developer, the "latent" image can then be seen. (Jones, 328)
A condition produced in an image receptor by radiation and capable of being converted into a visible image by film processing.
A latent image is an image that is present but not yet visible. For example, a latent image exists on exposed film that hasn't been processed. In electrophotography, the latent image is composed of static charge present on the photoconductive drum. The image only becomes visible after toner is applied.
Invisible image in exposed, undeveloped film; results from exposure to light.
The invisible image produced on film through exposure to a light source. This potential image may be made visible by processing.
Image recorded on film that is made visible by development. The image in the viewscreen of many cameras appears as a mirror image, or LATERAL REVERSAL image, requiring the photographer to move the camera to the right to see more on the viewscreen's left.
An image formed by the changes to the silver halide grains in photographic emulsion on exposure to light. The image is not visible until chemical development takes place.
The invisible image left by the action of light on photographic film or paper. The light changes the photosensitive salts to varying degrees depending on the amount of light striking them. When processed, this latent image will become a visible image either in reversed tones (as in a negative) or in positive tones (as in a color slide).
In photography a latent image is formed when light (or in radiography, X-rays) acts on a photographic emulsion. This image is invisible until the emulsion is developed using photographic developers, such as Metol.
"Latent Image" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the eleventh episode of the fifth season.