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POP (printing-out paper)


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Sir William de Wiveleslie Abney (1843—1920) civil servant and photographic scientist

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Was coined by Ilford (Britannia) in 1891. The term refers to printed‐out gelatin silver chloride paper stabilized with citric acid, introduced by William Abney in 1882, and manufactured with a ...

Subjects: Photography and Photographs.


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