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Unintended specks or drops of colorant outside the printed dot shape.
Photographic print in which the final imaging material is metallic silver suspended in a gelatin binder.
Chemical compound formed between silver and a halogen (bromide, chloride, iodide) employed as the light-sensitive component in traditional photographic film and papers.
Silver Image Interaction
Chemical reaction that alters metallic or ionic silver in a black-and-white photograph.
Inks that use a solvent other than water to carry the colorant to the paper surface during printing.
See Polymer-Coated Paper.