diazotype


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diazotype

[dī′az·ə‚tīp]
(graphic arts)
A photograph or photocopy produced on a surface by coating with a photosensitive solution containing a diazo compound.
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However, Woodman was not a specialist--she was a generalist--whose work was extremely diverse ranging from small black and white images to large diazotype murals.
The major products included are (1) photographic apparatus, equipment, parts, attachments, and accessories, such as still and motion picture cameras and projection apparatus; photocopy and microfilm equipment; blueprinting and diazotype white printing) apparatus and equipment; and other photographic equipment; and (2) sensitized film, paper, cloth, and plates, and prepared photographic chemicals for use therewith.
1 980-84, enormous diazotypes that were folded and mailed internationally (of which the show sadly includes only four, none of them full-size examples).