lecture 1 - lecture1 23:48 Baseside:,glossyfinish...

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lecture 1 23:48 Film translates continuous movement from the world to distilled photographs. Properties of film stock- Base side: perforated material to which emulsion is applied, glossy finish Emulsion side: light-sensitive material that is sprayed onto the base, matte finish With light shining behind the stock, you can no longer distinguish the difference between  the base and the emulsion by looking Reversal films are exposed in the camera and emerge from the film processor as a  positive image. Negative films: emerge from the film processor as a negative and must be copied to  make a positive image. Most films are shot with negative stocks. Black and white color films are made as  reversal for negative films. Film names and film speed A manufacturers stock number is accompanied by a rating which reflects the  films stocks sensitivity to light. The higher the rating, the more sensitive the 
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course CA 355 taught by Professor Aarongranat during the Spring '12 term at University of Wisconsin.

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