An abbreviated name used for Kodak Color Print Type C photographic paper. C print paper is a negative-positive chromogenic paper that was produced from 1955 to about 1959 (Nadeau 1997). It is a silver halide print, or a dye coupler print, made from a color negative, transparency or digital image, and developed using a chromogenic process. They are composed of three layers of gelatin, each containing an emulsion of silver halide, which is used as a light-sensitive material and a subtractive dye coupler, which together, when developed, form a full-color image.
Synonyms and Related Terms
C-print; Chromogenic print; Kodak Color Print Type C
Resources and Citations
- Luis Nadeau, Encyclopedia of Printing, Photographic, and Photomechanical Processes, Atelier, New Brunswick, 1997
- Wikipedia: Chromogenic print