bromide paper


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bromide paper

a type of photographic paper coated with an emulsion of silver bromide usually containing a small quantity of silver iodide

bromide paper

[′brō‚mīd ‚pā·pər]
(graphic arts)
A photographic paper with high sensitivity, used for short exposures; it is coated with an emulsion of silver bromide.
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He later patented bromide paper, developments of which are still used for black and white photographic prints.
Geoff believes that Lyddell would almost certainly have known North East light bulb inventor Joseph Swan, who was was a member of Newcastle Photographic Society and a partner in Mawson & Swan which pioneered photographic bromide paper .
He has been practising scratch art on bromide papers, generally used for printing photographs, with the help of razor blades, for the past about 18 years, since 1993.