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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Negative (photography)
A negative image is color reversed image, so for example red becomes cyan (where cyan is the mixture of green and blue), green becomes magenta (where magenta is the mixture of red and blue), blue becomes yellow and yellow becomes blue.
Negative Cutting (also known as Negative Matching and Negative Conforming) is the process of cutting motion picture negative to match precisely the final edit as specified by the film editor.
In photography, a negative is a rectangle of material (nowadays usually photographic film) coated with chemicals that, upon photographic exposure, cause the material to record the colors or monochromatic shades of the scene in inverse, negative form.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Negative-(photography)   (892 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
A negative image is a tonal inversion of a positive image, in which light areas appear dark and vice versa.
A negative color image is additionally color reversed, with red areas appearing cyan, greens appearing magenta and blues appearing yellow.
However, when a negative image is created from a negative image (just like multiplying two negative numbers in mathematics) a positive image results (see Color print film, C-41 process).
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Negative_(photography)   (338 words)

  
 negative - OneLook Dictionary Search
Negative : Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics [home, info]
Negative : Glossary of Film/Video Terms [home, info]
Words similar to negative: flball, damaging, disconfirming, electronegative, minus, negatived, negatively, negativeness, negativing, negativity, veto, non, more...
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  “Portrait of an Era” Glass Plate Negative Collection
Archer’s refinement, known as the wet collodion negative, was a technological triumph that overcame the limitations of earlier techniques without sacrificing their greatest advantages: it was nearly as crisp and detailed as a Daguerreotype, but like the positive-negative process invented by Talbot, allowed identical prints to be made in any quantity.
The plate was plunged into a bath of silver nitrate (which combined with the potassium iodide in the collodion to form light-sensitive silver iodide), then placed in a plate holder, carried to the camera, exposed, and returned to the darkroom or tent for development.
All of this had to be done before the collodion dried, or the negative would be botched and the process would have to be repeated; outdoors on a warm Colorado day, a photographer had about six minutes to get the job done.
www.aspenhistory.org /poe.html   (563 words)

  
 Adobe - Digital Negative (DNG)
As a result, the use of these proprietary raw files as a long-term archival solution carries risk, and sharing these files across complex workflows is even more challenging.
The Digital Negative (DNG), a publicly available archival format for the raw files generated by digital cameras.
By addressing the lack of an open standard for the raw files created by individual camera models, DNG helps ensure that photographers will be able to access their files in the future.
www.adobe.com /dng   (634 words)

  
 Photography: Share, Learn, Create in the Photography.com Community
Photography is a great way to make new friends.
Photography is a way to share your life with others.
Photography is a gift you can give others.
www.photography.com /topics/ten-reasons-to-learn-to-take-good-pictures   (960 words)

  
 Negative (Photography) Dissertation Help, Write a Dissertation on Negative (Photography) Thesis
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 Seattle Wedding Photography, Seattle wedding photographers - Tom Ellis Photography - Film or Digital - Tacoma, Bellevue
While Seattle wedding photography is the majority of my work, I also do weddings all over Washington - Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Everett, Gig Harbor, Kent, Port Townsend, Tacoma, Vancouver, Yakima etc. And if you're getting married outside Washington State I am available to travel anywhere in the world to photograph your wedding or special event.
The CD is the equivalent of owning the "digital negatives" of your photos, and allows you to make prints and enlargements either at home or at a professional photo lab, as well as the ability to send your photos to friends and family by email.
You will still have the ability to make the high-quality prints that only a negative can produce and you will also be able to use your CD to email digital photos to friends, to set up your own wedding web-site, or to view your photos on your computer or TV.
www.tomellisphoto.com   (851 words)

  
 Photography: Share, Learn, Create in the Photography.com Community
At some point in your journey into photography, you will know the time has come to show your work to people beyond your circle of friends and family.
Once you figure out who your audience is, familiarize yourself with the kinds of photography that will interest it.
Photography stores and web sites geared to the professional photographer will sell quality portfolio products, from carry cases and boxes to mat supplies and plastic sheets through which to view your work.
www.photography.com /topics/portfolios-101   (1059 words)

  
 Adobe announces new format for raw files: Digital Photography Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Current raw formats are unsuitable for archiving because they are generally undocumented and tied to specific camera models, introducing the risk that the format will not be supported over time.
The unified and publicly documented Digital Negative Specification ensures that digital photographs can be preserved in original form for future generations.
The Digital Negative Specification is based on the TIFF EP format, an accepted standard, and already the basis of many proprietary raw formats.
www.dpreview.com /news/article_print.asp?date=0409&article=04092711adobe_dng   (731 words)

  
 William Henry Fox Talbot / Articles of Glass / 1843
Unlike the daguerreotype's sharply detailed image, the calotype, or Talbotype, was softly blurred; yet because the positive image was made from a negative, it had the advantage of multiple reproduction.
Before his work in photography, he also had published on mathematics and linguistics.
In Articles of Glass, three rows of sparkling glass objects are isolated against a dark background, illustrating the new medium's ability to capture the nuances of light and record reality.
www.davidrumsey.com /amico/amico8101132-38076.html   (704 words)

  
 Wedding Photography by John Burton
Capture the Moment...I believe wedding photography is about moments in time.
I like to combine a traditional portrait style with contemporary "behind the scenes" candid photography.
$1085.00 The Silver package covers wedding day photography which begins with the arrival of the bride, then includes the ceremony, wedding party and bridal portraits and coverage of the reception.
www.thesharpnegative.com /weddings.htm   (166 words)

  
 The American Museum of Photography: Resources
Negatives were printed onto a "tissue" containing carbon and other pigments in a gelatin base.
The negative is placed in contact with a sheet of writing paper which has been floated on salt water and then coated with silver nitrate.
As a negative process, a piece of clear glass is coated with a very thin layer of iodized collodion (made from gun-cotton [nitrocellulose] dissolved in ether and alcohol, mixed with potassium iodide).
www.photographymuseum.com /primer.html   (1963 words)

  
 Negative (photography)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In photography, a negative is a rectangle of material (nowadays usually photographic film) coated with chemicals that, upon photographic exposure, cause the material to record the colors or monochromatic shades of the scene in inverse, negative form.
Negative effects can also be applied to digital photographs by using software, such as Adobe Photoshop.
The opposite of a negative is a positive (also called "transparency," "slide" or "reversal"), which does not invert the colors or monochromatic shades of a scene.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/negative_(photography)   (191 words)

  
 Negative (photography) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Each of these negative images may be referred to as a negative and the entire strip or set of images may be collectively referred to as negatives.
A negative image is color reversed image, so for example red becomes cyan (where cyan is the mixture of green and blue), green becomes magenta (where magenta is the mixture of red and blue), blue becomes yellow and yellow becomes blue.
However, when a negative image is created from a negative image (just like multiplying 2 negative numbers in mathematics) a positive image results (see Color print film, C-41 process).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Negative_(photography)   (389 words)

  
 GSM Photography
Photography shooting services cost $30 per hour during 8 AM - 4:30 PM; weekends and evenings will be billed at $50 per hour.
All campus photography originals (negative and positive film as well as digital originals) must be stored in MPR Offices.
MPR will manage proper storage and use of the images; most photography cannot be used in multiple publications but some cases of dual-use are obvious as with the website and sister promotional pieces.
www.mobap.edu /info/gsm/policies/photography.asp   (703 words)

  
 Negative - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In physics, negative and positive are conventions used in distinguishing electric charge
In astrology, negative is a term commonly used to described the supposedly introverted personalities of the earth and water signs
Negative (Finnish band), a Finnish glam rock band.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Negative   (138 words)

  
 Cafe ILFOPRO - negative carriers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I agree with Jeanette and might add that maybe, for some reason, the enlarger may not be putting enough pressure onto the neg carrier.
Actually I just use a glass on top as most neg are curved toward the lamp/away from the lens.
I doubt that minor changes in focus will cause a change in flatness of the negative and I would expect that this would be truer for larger focus adjustment on larger format negatives.
www.ilford.com /html/us_english/ILFOPRO/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6172   (625 words)

  
 “Portrait of an Era” Glass Plate Negative Collection
Archer’s refinement, known as the wet collodion negative, was a technological triumph that overcame the limitations of earlier techniques without sacrificing their greatest advantages: it was nearly as crisp and detailed as a Daguerreotype, but like the positive-negative process invented by Talbot, allowed identical prints to be made in any quantity.
All of this had to be done before the collodion dried, or the negative would be botched and the process would have to be repeated; outdoors on a warm Colorado day, a photographer had about six minutes to get the job done.
The era of glass plate photography roughly coincided with the first fifty years of Aspen’s history; the surviving glass negatives of Aspen and its people are important records of how things looked and changed during time.
aspenhistory.org /poe.html   (563 words)

  
 Betterphoto.com Photography Q&A - Negative Scanners
The enclosed photo was scanned from a negative, (a fine-grain Kodak film), with a Nikon Coolscan 4000 ED.
For printing to 12 X 15, you should have no problems if your negative is of good quality.
You can also consider the minolta dimage 5400..handles negs, slides very well.Most of my images are scanned in using this scanner..have made many prints at the size you mention with great quality.
www.betterphoto.com /forms/QnADetail.asp?threadID=8598   (284 words)

  
 Ted's Photographics - The History of Photography - Timeline and History
Unlike the Daguerre process the image is recorded as a "negative" and had to be printed via a similar process to produce the final "positive".
The special camera sandwiched the exposed negative with a receiving positive paper and spread the processing chemicals between the two, after processing these were peeled apart.
These cameras play an increasingly significant role in photography, for example the main news pictures covering the 7 July 2005 London bombings were taken by the general public on camera-phones and not by professional news crews.
www.ted.photographer.org.uk /photohistory_origin.htm   (1319 words)

  
 negative prints, an introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Afterwards negative prints became more common and were used by a lot of photographers.
The paper negatives made by Jules Lejeune are real camera negatives that were used to make Pictorialist bromoils.
The paper negatives made by Mount Palomar are a part of an astronomical atlas and are scientific documents used to study the sky.
www.anamorfose.be /Tatouage/negativ_introduction.htm   (287 words)

  
 Canon Digital Photography Forums - Negative Preperation for Scanning
Cleaning a negative with any sort of liquid is a last resort.
I hold the negative under a strong light with a dark background behind the light.
The first time I ruined a negative because a can of compressed air left a deposit on it taught me not to use compressed air.
photography-on-the.net /forum/printthread.php?t=66483   (1196 words)

  
 Inductee Biographies
To produce a negative, the paper was first washed in nitrate of silver then with potassium iodide, forming silver iodide.
Talbot gave the world the negative-positive system of photography, and perhaps his greatest gift, the vision of photography's place in the world of art.
He was inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum along with Joseph Nicephore Niepce and Louis Jacques Mande-Daguerre at the inception of the Hall of Fame in 1966.
www.iphf.org /inductees/wtalbot.html   (499 words)

  
 Digital cameras and digital photography online review guide
In this section, we'll summarize the basic aspects of photography and how they are accomplished in the film world as well as the digital world, highlighting where they are the same and where they are similar.
In film photography, the latent image is exposed onto film and in digital photography the image is captured by a sensor and is captured onto some form of digital storage.
In film-based photography the negative is processed in various liquid chemicals.
www.onlinereviewguide.com /film-vs-digitalphotography.shtml   (451 words)

  
 Notice of Availability of 1994 Coastal Zone Aerial Photography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The photography has a nominal scale of 1:24,000 (approximately 1 inch equals 2000 feet) with individual frames covering an area approximately 11.6 square miles in size.
The remaining 13 lines of color negative photography were rescheduled for later acquisition.
Orders for photography can be made using the accompanying form and must include both flight line(s) and frame number(s).
www.coastal.ca.gov /jvc/photos.html   (378 words)

  
 MOMI - EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY
As photography was refined, it became possible to replace the phase drawings in the early optical toys and devices with individually posed phase photographs, a practice that was widely and popularly carried out.
Theoretically, the resulting negative could be used to make any number of positives simply by putting fresh sensitized paper in contact with the negative and exposing it to light.
To Talbot and Daguerre are owed the two basic processes that were to establish photography as the most facile and convincing way to produce pictures.
easyweb.easynet.co.uk /~s-herbert/earlyphot.htm   (924 words)

  
 Betterphoto.com Photography Q&A - Negative From Print
I have lost a negative to a VERY important print.
It can still be done the old way, which is to have a lab put it on a copy stand and take a picture of it.
You could have one made using the above process with a slide film, and have one less "generation" of loss in clarity than a negative which has to be re-printed...just a thought.
www.betterphoto.com /forms/qnaDetail.asp?threadID=12574   (196 words)

  
 Miller's Professional Imaging - Digital Photography,Digital Imaging,Digital Photo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Digital Photography - Miller's Professional Imaging is a portrait/wedding lab exclusively serving professional photographers in all 50 states.
When Digital Photography Retouching is checked on the order form or negative glassine, facial retouching will be included (unless specifically requested not to do so) along with any additional requests.
All digital files are archived to CD at a cost of $10 for the first file, $5 for each additional file per order.
www.millerslab.com /digital-photography.html   (255 words)

  
 Your Negative Photography Portland, OR - Photographer - Oregon
All negatives are yours, for reprints and enlargements at the lab of your choice.
Your Negative Photography has received approximately 81 profile views in the last three months.
Your Negative Photography is one of 46 photographers in Oregon and among 3,156 photographers listed nationwide on GatheringGuide.com.
www.gatheringguide.com /event_directory/or_oregon/vendor_photographers_10053.html   (100 words)

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