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What is light sensitive material?
Last Updated: 14th August, 2021
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Furthermore, what are light sensitive chemicals?
Chlorine chemistry plays a role in traditional film photography in the form of the light-sensitive compound, silver chloride, AgCl. What's in a name? Silver chloride, silver bromide (AgBr) and silver iodide (AgI) are the three silver "halide" compounds used in photography.
Furthermore, what is light sensitive paper? Photographic paper is a paper coated with a light-sensitive chemical formula, used for making photographic prints. The light-sensitive layer of the paper is called the emulsion. The most common chemistry was based on silver salts (the focus of this page) but other alternatives have also been used.
Just so, what is photosensitive material?
A material that changes its chemical composition when exposed to electromagnetic radiation. Note: Examples of photosensitive materials are (a) the material on the surface of an optical disk prior to recording data on it and (b) the coating on unexposed photofilm used in cameras.
What are the two basic types of photographic paper?
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- Glossy Photo Paper.
- Glossy photo paper has a very smooth and shiny reflective surface.
- Matte Photo Paper.
- Matte photo paper has a very smooth and non-glare surface.
- Lustre Photo Paper.
- Most portraits and wedding photos are typically printed on Lustre finish paper.
- Canvas Photo Paper.