List of photographic processes


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 process
*Dye transfer print
*Agfacolor
*Carbon print, 1862
*Lippmann process, 1891
*Autochrome Lumière, 1903
*Dufaycolor
*Anthotype
*Autochrome Lumière


=Digital=

*Ink jet
**Giclee
**Iris print
*LightJet

Black and White (Monochrome)

A

*Abration tone
*Acetate film
*Albertype
*Albumen print, 1850
*Algraphy
*Ambrotype
*amphitype
*amylotype
*Anaglyph
*anthrakotype
*Archertype
*argentotype
*argyrotype
*Aristo paper
*aristotype
*aristo
*artotype
*atrephograph
*atrograph
*Aurotype
*Autotype

B


*Baryta coated paper
*Bayard process
*Bichromate process
*Bichromated gelatin
*Bichromated gum arabic
*Bichromatic albumen
*Bitumen of Judea
*Breyertype
*Bromoil Process, 1907
*burneum

C

*Calotype, 1841
*cameo
*Carbon print, 1855
*Carbro Print
*Carbro
*Casein pigment
*catalysotype
*Catalisotype
*Catatype
*Cellulose diacetate negative
*Cellulose nitrate negative
*Cellulose triacetate negative
*Ceroleine
*chalkotype
*Charbon Velour
*chromatype
*Chripotype
*Chrysotype, 1842
*Chrystollotype
*Cliché-verre
*Collodion paper
*Collodion process, 1851
*Collotype, 1870
*Color paper
*Contact print
*Contact sheet
*Contretype
*Copper Photogravure
*crystoleum
*Crystal photo 1850
*Cyanotype, 1842

D

*Daguerreotype, 1839
*Dallastype
*diaphanotype
*diazotype
*Dry collodion negative
*Dry collodion process
*Dry plate
*Dye coupler process
*Dye destruction process
*Dye diffusion transfer process
*Dye transfer print

E

*Eburneum
*ectograph
*ectographe
*electrotype
*energiatype
*Enamel photograph
*enamaline

F

*Feertype
*ferrotype
*Ferroprussiate paper
*fluorotype

G


*Gaslight paper
*Gaudinotype
*Gelatino-Bromide emulsions, 1875
*Gelatin-silver process
*Gem tintype
*Ghost photograph
*Gum Bichromate Print
*gum bichromate
*Gum Dichromate
*gum printing = *Photoglyphic
*Gum over platinum

H

*hallotype
*heliography
*Heliotype
*hellenotype
*Hillotype
*Hyalotype -1850
*Hydrotype

I


*Intermediate negative
*Internegative
*Iron salt process
*Ivorytype -1855

J


*Jews pith

K

*kallitype

L

*Lambertype
*Leggotype
*LeGray
*Levytype
*linograph
*linotype

M


*Mariotype
*Meisenbach process
*Melainotype
*melanograph
*metotype

N

*Negative

O

*Oil printing process
*opalotype
*ozobrome
*ozotype
*Ozobrom process
*ozotype
*Ozotype process

P

*Palladiotype, 1914
*Palladium Print
*Palladium processing
*Palladiotype
*pannotype
*Paper Negatives
*Paynetype
*Photocollography
*Photoglyphic
*Photogram
*Photogravure
*Photolithography
*Photosculpture
*Phototype
*Physautotype
*Pinatype process
*Platinotype, 1873
*Playertype
*Plumbeotype

R

*Salt print
*Salted paper
*Self-toning paper
*Sepia
*Sepia paper
*Shellac
*Siderotype
*Silver bromide
*Silver chloride collodion
*Simpsontype
*sphereotype
*Stanhope
*stannotype
*Sun printing

T

*Talbotype
*Tintype or Ferrotype
*tithnotype
*transferotype

U

*uranium print

V


*Van Dyke
*Vescicular film
*Vignetting

W

*Wash-off Relief
*Waxed paper
* Wet collodion process
* Wet collodion plate
* Wet plate process
*Woodburytype
*Wothlytype

References

[http://www.usask.ca/lists/alt-photo-process/index.html Alternative Photographic Process Mailing list archive]


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