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In photography , a negative is an image , usually on a strip or sheet of transparent plastic film , in which the lightest areas of the photographed subject appear darkest and the darkest areas appear lightest. This reversed order occurs because the extremely light-sensitive chemicals a camera film must use to capture an image quickly enough for ordinary picture-taking are darkened, rather than bleached, by exposure to light and subsequent photographic processing. In the case of color negatives, the colors are also reversed into their respective complementary colors. Typical color negatives have an overall dull orange tint due to an automatic color-masking feature that ultimately results in improved color reproduction. Negatives are normally used to make positive prints on photographic paper by projecting the negative onto the paper with a photographic enlarger or making a contact print. The paper is also darkened in proportion to its exposure to light, so a second reversal results which restores light and dark to their normal order.

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In Part 1 of this three-part series , I described some of the more generic terms and slang used by everyone on movie sets. With each department, however, there is a large subset of lingo thrown about between the crew. This is especially true for camera assistants, loaders and cinematographers who not only have to know every piece of a camera, but come up with nicknames or abbreviations for them as well. AKS — an abbreviation used to refer to a miscellaneous collection of tools or equipment. Chammy — an eyepiece chamois used to cover the eye-cup of the viewfinder; made of cloth or animal skin. Crossing — phrase used to inform the camera operator when you walk in front of the lens. Ditty Bag — refers to a toolbag used to store the essentials for a camera assistant that is often carried around with the camera or lenses.

Film Set Lingo: Camera Department Terms – Part 2

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First Previous Next Latest. There have been several "Spot the Difference" strips in SRoMG , as submitters point out how some strips are almost identical to previously published strips. The second I chose because there was a bit more visual difference, especially in the first two panels, in which Garfield appears in one strip but not the other, and Jon's and Irma's poses are different in panel 2.