enlargers

All Noun
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  • To get his final product, he uses up to twelve enlargers at a time.
  • Enlargers can also be used for this process.
  • The company still sells photographic enlargers; one of the few remaining companies to market the device.
  • The company manufactured photographic enlargers and other photographic equipment throughout the 20th century.
  • These enlargers can also be used with variable-contrast monochrome papers.
  • Durst, who made high quality enlargers, stopped producing them in 2005, but still supports already sold models.
  • Diffuser enlargers produce an image of the same contrast as a contact print from the negative.
  • Lenses used in photographic enlargers are required to focus light passing through a relatively small film area on a larger area of photographic paper or film.
  • Dunker built a wide variety of cameras, contact printers and photo enlargers over a period of thirty-seven years.
  • He uses up to a dozen enlargers at a time to produce his final images, and has a large archive of negatives that he has shot over the years.
  • As the photographic market shifts away from film-based towards electronic imaging technology, many manufacturers no longer make enlargers for the professional photographer.
  • They are also frequently used in photographic enlargers, as they provide more contrast than many competing lens designs due to the limited number of air-to-glass surfaces.
  • Such adjustments are used for darkness and color adjustment in photographic enlargers, for example.
  • Omega is the name of various medium-format cameras and enlargers.
  • An exception to the two-step approach is the mechanical autofocus provided in some enlargers, which adjust the lens directly.
  • Zenit manufactured a large range of enlargers as well.
  • They serve as the monster enlargers of the Zeo arc, and are often kicked around by their masters.
  • He started with one enlarger but after waiting for some prints to dry one day, he decided to use more enlargers to get more images quickly, then began using seven enlargers at one time.
  • Photographic lenses also include those used in enlargers and projectors.
  • Digitally controlled commercial enlargers typically adjust exposure in steps known as printer points; twelve printer points makes a factor of two change in exposure.
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Root form of enlargers is enlarger for the noun.

Meaning of enlargers

  • noun Photographic equipment consisting of an optical projector used to enlarge a photograph