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  1. 1. Films<br />Mustache Film Lab.<br />
  2. 2. Black-and-white film<br />Black and white film is represented in shades of black and white.<br />Not rely on color to represent, you can tell a simple subjects. One of the other representation methods used today, even in areas that are often used for police work. In addition, developing and baking from relatively easy, many enthusiasts as an individual do these operations.<br />
  3. 3. Black-and-white film<br />Major black-and-white films<br />Kodak<br />100TMAX(T-MAX/TMX)<br />400TX(Tri-X Pan/TX)<br />Fujifilm<br />Neopan<br />Ilford<br />DELTA<br />
  4. 4. Negative film<br />Assuming that you print a photographic film is. Generally latitude is large and easy to become characteristic of the color correction during printing. From these easy to handle, or slide film than a tone is excellent in the smoothness of a professional, any amateur has been widely used.<br />Correction can be an advantage when printing, but also reflects the difficult aspect of my intentions and vice versa. Many different pictures when finished in exactly the impression one correction in a photo lab, as desired to reproduce the colors will give an indication to the photographer, you'll have to keep compensation must (see below for print .)<br />
  5. 5. Negative film<br />Color film is a film base is colored in orange. This image will contain pigments that make up the delicate haze, which is to counteract this. Are adjusted to achieve the optimum color representation of each film.<br />Also be used photosensitizing agent in relation to, film negatives are more developed and baking is one of the reasons for widespread processing can be simplified. Continue development of competition both high sensitivity and high image quality, and now ISO800, has become something less high-quality high-speed film grain and even 1600.<br />35mm film and APS film if you can handle the printing and photo developing stores in general, can get in about an hour to process.<br />
  6. 6. Negative film<br />Major negative films<br />Kodak<br />GOLD<br />PORTRA<br />EKTAR<br />Fujifilm<br />SUPERIA<br />NATURA<br />AGFA<br />Vista<br />
  7. 7. Revarsal film<br />Reversal filmis a photographic film in a kind of reflected the type of film that inverts the colors do not contrast positive image on the developed film. Negative film is the reverse image of the color can be seen that as the brightness, also called positive film or a positive print film. Slide projector may be used for expansion and projection, and " slide film "also called. In addition, English is "transparency film" is also referred.<br />In Japan, Fuji , Kodak has been manufactured or sold by such.<br />Most products are color a film. Black and white reversal film in the past is Konica from the "pan Koni reversal" More recently, Agfa-Gevaert was one of the products are sold, also in 2005 and was discontinued in<br />
  8. 8. Revarsal film<br />Reversal filmis a photographic film in a kind of reflected the type of film that inverts the colors do not contrast positive image on the developed film. Negative film is the reverse image of the color can be seen that as the brightness, also called positive film or a positive print film. Slide projector may be used for expansion and projection, and " slide film "also called. In addition, English is "transparency film" is also referred.<br />In Japan, Fuji , Kodak has been manufactured or sold by such.<br />Most products are color a film. Black and white reversal film in the past is Konica from the "pan Koni reversal" More recently, Agfa-Gevaert was one of the products are sold, also in 2005 and was discontinued in<br />
  9. 9. Revarsal film<br />Major revarsal films<br />Kodak<br />Kodachrome<br />Elitechrome<br />Fujifilm<br />Provia<br />Velvia<br />
  10. 10. Assignment<br />Answer the quiz<br />http://el22plus.wikispaces.com/Quiz<br />

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