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1

This should be light-tight, 6x8 ft, kept at 68*F, 40-60% humidity

Dark room

2

What type of bins should film be stored in? How should they be stored?

Metal, light-tight bins
Vertical

3

Filters out light that harms film
Usually dark red

Safelight

4

What is the safe wattage for a safelight?

15 or less

5

How far away should the safe light be from the work area?

>4 ft

6

This type of safelight shines over the work area

Direct

7

This type of safelight shines facing the ceiling

Indirect

8

Used to ID film

Photo imprinter

9

Pencil, scratching, sharpies, and adhesive tape identifiers are all

temporary

10

How long does manual processing take?

1 hr

11

How long does automatic processing take?

90 sec per film

12

Alkaline environment of phenidone and hydroquinone
Converts silver halide to black on a film

Developer

13

If a film spends too much time in the developer

crystals that shouldn't be converted will convert and cause film fog

14

Strong acidic environment of ammonium thiosulfate
Washes away unexposed silver halide crystals

Fixer

15

What happens if the film swims too long in the fixer?

Milky, pink radiograph
Discoloration

16

Preserves the film's archival quality

Washing and Drying

17

Drying removes

85-95% moisture

18

With manual processing, how long should the film stay in the developer?

4 mins

19

How long should the film stay in the fixer?

8 min

20

How long should the film be washed?

12 mins

21

The ______ the chemical, the faster it develops

warmer

22

5 systems of the automatic processor

1. Transport
2. Replenishment
3. Recirculation
4. Thermostats
5. Silver recovery

23

The chemicals in the automatic processor are kept at

97*F

24

Transport artifact where the marks are darker than surrounding emulsion

Plus density

25

Transport artifact where the marks are lighter than the surrounding emulsion but still maintain emulsion

Minus density

26

Transport artifact where the emulsion has been removed from the base either prior to processing or within the processor

Scratch marks

27

Transport artifact where the emulsion is picked off the film base and redeposited on another area of the film
Leaves a tiny hole in the emulsion

Pick-off

28

Transport artifact where the rollers are moving unevenly, and the film hesitates slightly

Hesitation marks

29

Transport artifact where two or more gears need to be replaced the plus or minus density marks are not deposited in a specific pattern

Chatter

30

Transport artifact where these plus density marks are specific to the circumference of the roller that caused the artifact

Pi lines