Definition of Photographic material
1. Noun. Light-sensitive paper on which photograph can be printed.
Specialized synonyms: Film, Photographic Film
Generic synonyms: Photographic Equipment
Lexicographical Neighbors of Photographic Material
Literary usage of Photographic material
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1921)
"The term "photographic intensity" refers to the intensity as evaluated by the photographic material used, as distinguished from the value FIG. ..."
2. Hydrates in Aqueous Solution: Evidence for the Existence of Hydrates in by Harry Clary Jones, Frederick Hutton Getman, Harry Preston Bassett, Leroy McMaster, Horace Scudder Uhler (1907)
"... THE MAKING OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS, photographic material.* Because of the short radius of curvature of the focal surface (about 49 cm. ..."
3. Photo-micrographs and how to Make Them by George Miller Sternberg (1883)
"CAMERA AND photographic material. of the small cameras furnished with the cheap photographic outfits for amateurs now in the market, may be used by ..."
4. Pamphlets on Forest Policy (1911)
"Care must be taken to distinguish between photographic material needed for ... photographic material for personal use will be supplied to members of the ..."
5. The American Amateur Photographer (1895)
"[This department is for the benefit of SUBSCRIBERS who have photographic material, apparatus or books which they wish to exchange, and such wants will be ..."
6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"Direction sheets are enclosed in each package of photographic material at some expense to the manufacturer, and are there as a guide to good results. ..."
7. Fratelli Alinari: Photographers In Florence by Monica Maffioli (2003)
"At the end of the 1980s an inventory of the photographic material owned by Montedison was undertaken, after which the Wulz and Trombetta archives owned by ..."
8. Across Asia on a Bicycle: The Journey of Two American Students from by Thomas Gaskell Allen, William Lewis Sachtleben (1894)
"... they were almost unfit for use. Some of our photographic material also had been spoiled through the useless inspection of postal officials. ..."