History of silver halide photography
Anwyl, Robert D. Formerly, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York.
Walworth, Vivian K. Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Last reviewed:June 2016
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- Branches and Applications
- Infrared photography
- Ultraviolet photography
- High-speed photography
- Close-up photography
- Document copying
- Photographic radiometry
- Remote sensing
- Stereoscopic photography
- Nuclear-particle recording
- Theory of the Photographic Process
- Latent image
- After processes
- Sensitometry and Image Structure
- Hurter and Driffield curve
- Sensitometric exposure
- Reciprocity effects
- Tone reproduction
- Image structure
- Photographic Apparatus
- Recorders and plotters
- Darkroom equipment
- Contact and projection printers
- Color Photography
- Additive color photography
- Subtractive color photography
- One-step color photography
- Color print processes
- Color motion pictures
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- Additional Readings
The history of a traditional method of photography which used the action of light to bring about changes in silver halide crystals. Silver-halide photography has largely been supplanted by digital photography.
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