Ivorytype
Ivorytype I"vo*ry*type`, n. (Photog.) A picture produced by superposing a very light print, rendered translucent by varnish, and tinted upon the back, upon a stronger print, so as to give the effect of a photograph in natural colors; -- called also {hellenotype}. --Knight. [1913 Webster]

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  • ivorytype — /uy veuh ree tuyp , uy vree /, n. Photog. an antiquated photoprinting technique in which two prints are made of the same image, and the weaker one, made transparent with varnish and colored on the back, is laid over the stronger one. [1855 60,… …   Universalium

  • ivorytype — /uy veuh ree tuyp , uy vree /, n. Photog. an antiquated photoprinting technique in which two prints are made of the same image, and the weaker one, made transparent with varnish and colored on the back, is laid over the stronger one. [1855 60,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hellenotype — Ivorytype I vo*ry*type , n. (Photog.) A picture produced by superposing a very light print, rendered translucent by varnish, and tinted upon the back, upon a stronger print, so as to give the effect of a photograph in natural colors; called also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hellenotype — Hel*len o*type, n. See {Ivorytype}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • List of photographic processes — This page list various photographic processes.Color*Chromogenic positive (Ektachrome) **E 4 process **E 6 process *Chromogenic negative **C 41 process **RA 4 process *Dye destruction **Cibachrome **Ilfochrome *Kodachrome **K 12 process **K 14… …   Wikipedia

  • Opalotype — or opaltype is an early technique of photography. Opalotypes were printed on sheets of opaque, translucent white glass; early opalotypes were sometimes hand tinted with colors to enhance their effect. The effect of opalotype has been compared to… …   Wikipedia

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