Kodalith

A type of photographic printing paper coated with an orthochromatic emulsion which gives a high contrast print with very dense blacks when processed in Kodalith developer. It is a material normally used for graphic art work which, however, can be used to give a range of unusual effects if development is controlled. A brown or yellow appearance can result if a print is given less development time and over-exposed.

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Sir Daniel Day-Lewis, by Alistair Morrison, 1989 - NPG  - © Alistair Morrison

Sir Daniel Day-Lewis
by Alistair Morrison
1989
NPG P482

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