color film


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color film

[′kəl·ər ‚film]
(graphic arts)
A sensitized film used for three-color photography; consists of three emulsions coated one above another and sensitive respectively to blue, green, and red light.
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She describes the role of photography in life, culture, and society, and how to best learn techniques; types and parts of cameras and lenses and how to care for equipment; exposure; black and white and color film and film processing; traditional darkroom printing; finishing, mounting, and storing prints; the digital darkroom, including image quality, digital displays and resolution, file organization in Adobe Bridge, and working with photos using Adobe Camera Raw; image development using Photoshop; retouching tools and creative options; digital color management and printing; working with light; composition; critiquing photographs; copyright law; and business practices.
Florian Pumhosl, Expressive Rhythm, 2010-11, color film in 35 mm, 28 minutes.
The world's first commercially successful color film, which made its debut in 1935, will conclude its run this year due to limited demand.
But Fusion, the Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival, is an Outfest event that has been building up a buzz of its own since it was first held five years ago.
military shot miles of color film documenting the effects of atomic bombs on residents of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, then classified the footage as secret and locked it away until the 1980s.
The company blamed the revenue shrinkage mainly on weaker sales of color film rolls and intensified competition that forced cuts in the prices of its memory storage medium and other products.
The 15-inch color film transistor active matrix LCD panel offers a resolution of 1,024X768 pixels.
Three different subject matter approaches are demonstrated, a flower still life and a glamour portrait with color film, and a dramatic image of a common object--a spool of thread--in black and white.
The Message Camera(TM) is a 35mm one-time use camera with flash that is loaded with 400 ISO C41 process color film, which are special occasion-specific cameras, such as the "Happy Birthday" Message Camera(TM), the "It's a Boy/Girl" Message Camera(TM), the "Party" Message Camera(TM), and the "Vacation" Message Camera(TM).
Only color film could capture the grotesque effects of flash burns, keloid scars, and radiation disease on the human body.
One was Le P'tit Bal, a three-minute, fifteen-second, 35-mm color film choreographed and directed by Philippe Decoufle, and performed by Decoufle and Pascale Houbin.
Ordinary color film has high sensitivity to red, green, and blue but is remarkably insensitive to other colors.