One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A method of making photographic prints that uses a pigment, especially carbon, contained in a sensitized tissue of gelatin.
- ‘What developed - after 20 years and several million dollars - was a modern, high-resolution version of the classic carbon process that produces a high-quality color photo that will not fade.’
- ‘However, Pyrocat is a much more energetic developer if diluted 1: 2: 100 and I use this dilution for all of my development of 7x17 and 12x20 film which are intended for printing with the carbon process.’
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