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1. Synonym(s): eluent
2. The chemicals used to develop film by reducing the light-activated silver halide molecules to atomic silver.
3. The factor(s) causing a cell, organ, or organism to undergo a series of orderly changes.
4. The staining agent used to make visible a colorless substance.


1. A person who or procedure that develops.
2. Synonym(s): eluent.
3. The chemicals used to develop film by reducing the light-activated silver halide molecules to atomic silver.


1. Synonym(s): eluent.
2. The chemicals used to develop film by reducing the light-activated silver halide molecules to atomic silver.


n a chemical solution that converts the invisible (latent) image on a film into a visible one composed of minute grains of metallic silver.


develops the latent image on the exposed x-ray film. A standard developer is a mixture of Metol and hydroquinone.

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Since 1965, Photographic Processing has been widely recognized as the leading trade publication serving the lab community including photofinishers, minilabs, custom and professional labs, imaging centers, service bureaus, in- plant industrial labs, and electronic imaging centers.
She was instrumental in the success of PR campaigns to support innovative consumer film products and photographic processing services.
Photographic Processing magazine, the leading trade publication serving the lab community, launches several new editorial sections in its first issue of the year, diversifying its focus to meet the needs of the photographic processing community.
Since June 2003, Kodak has reduced the number of labs worldwide by more than half, reflecting the company's commitment to stay ahead of the declining demand for photographic processing.
The C4I office is responsible for program management, integrated logistics support and in-service engineering for a variety of mission planning, electronic photographic processing and imagery systems.
The photo and imaging industry is changing at a rapid pace," says Group Publisher Kathy Schneider of the Cygnus Imaging Group which also publishes Studio Photography & Design, Photographic Processing, Digital Imaging and PTN magazines.
For its distributor in Israel, Digital Now has chosen the Shimone Group, a company specializing in the import and distribution of photographic processing equipment and digital imaging products.
Based on its innovative capabilities and strong consumer response, the KODAK Picture Maker kiosk was recently recognized with a 2003 Reader's Choice Award in the digital kiosk category from Photographic Processing Magazine.

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