Definition of Photographic paper
1. Noun. Light-sensitive paper on which photograph can be printed.
Specialized synonyms: Film, Photographic Film
Generic synonyms: Photographic Equipment
Lexicographical Neighbors of Photographic Paper
Literary usage of Photographic paper
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Boys Handy Book by Daniel Carter Beard (1890)
"... Pictures—photographic paper—How to Enlarge or Reduce a Picture, etc. ONE day while the author was sketching, a piece of drawing-paper happened to fall ..."
2. A Manual of Photography by Robert Hunt (1854)
"The first who suggested the use of photographic paper for this purpose was Mr. TB Jordan, who brought the subject before a committee of the ..."
3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1858)
"... and which after exposure is placed upon a sheet of photographic paper. After twenty-four hours' contact the engraving leaves its image upon the latter, ..."
4. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1851)
"In obtaining the secondary impressions the original and the sheet of photographic paper are laid upon a board and covered with a piece of glass, ..."
5. Meteorology: A Text-book on the Weather, the Causes of Its Changes, and by Willis Isbister Milham (1912)
"It Recorder- consists of a light-tight cylindrical box (sometimes two) containing a piece of sensitized photographic paper. The sun's rays are allowed to ..."
6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
"Raw paper always forms a serious item of expenditure with all photographic paper- makers, and a few thousand pounds' worth of it can be stored in a very ..."