bromoil process

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  • bromoil process — noun : a process of making an oil pigmented photographic print by bleaching the silver image from a bromide print and applying an oil pigment to it with a special brush or roller so that the pigment sticks only on those parts where the silver has …   Useful english dictionary

  • bromoil process — Photog. a process for making an offset reproduction by first making a photographic print on paper with a silver bromide emulsion, wetting it, and then using it as a lithographic plate, the lighter parts of the emulsion tending to repel the oil… …   Universalium

  • bromoil — /broh moyl/, n. Photog. an offset reproduction produced by the bromoil process. [1905 10; BROM + OIL] * * * …   Universalium

  • bromoil — ˈbrōˌmȯi(ə)l noun ( s) Etymology: brom + oil : a print made by the bromoil process …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Bromöldruck — Beispiel für einen Bromöldruck: Der Jordán See in Tábor (Josef Jindřich Šechtl, 1920er) Bromöldruck, auch Bromölumdruck, ist als Edeldruckverfahren kein Druckverfahren im eigentlichen Sinn, sondern ein photographisches Positivkopierverfahren. Es… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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