Term - Albert effect
|Albert effect||SWPP and BPPA Photographic Glossary|
Sunday 21st September 2014
An effect that creates a reversed image. An exposed frame of film, treated with dilute chromic acid is exposed to light. Development then gives a positive image by darkening the film grains that were not initially affected by exposure.
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