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Modern photoengraving

Louis Flader

Modern photoengraving

a practical textbook on latest American procedures

by Louis Flader

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Published by Modern Photoengraving Publishers in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photoengraving.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Louis Flader [and] J.S. Mertle.
    ContributionsMertle, J. S. 1899- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR970 .F66
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxl, 334 p. (p. [295]-334 advertisements)
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6043467M
    LC Control Number49000038
    OCLC/WorldCa967817

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      Photo-engraving. A practical treatise on the production of printing blocks by modern photographic methods Item Preview remove-circle A practical treatise on the production of printing blocks by modern photographic methods by Schraubstadter, Carl, Publication date   Photoengraving Part 1 Shu-wei Chu. Another short documentary film made with @studio again about Photoengraving process that uses a .

    Photoengraving definition, a photographic process of preparing printing plates for letterpress printing. See more. photoengraving, photomechanical process in the graphic arts, used principally for reproducing illustrations. The subject is photographed, and the image is recorded on a sensitized metal plate, which is then etched in an acid bath. In the case of line cuts (drawings in solid blacks and whites without gradations of color), the photoengraving is done on zinc, and the result is called a zinc etching.


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Each of the types may be produced in any of the customary metals or plastics. Get this from a library. Modern photoengraving: a practical textbook on latest American procedures. [Louis Flader; J S Mertle] -- "Textbook of the letterpress photoengraving business incovers all aspects of the field including half tone and color half-tone.

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64 pages. Light page creases. Illustrated with B&W and color pictures. Foreword states: "The purpose of this booklet is to acquaint and familiarize those who buy, use and print illustrations, with the processes of photo-engraving in the end product--letterpress Manufacturer: American Photoengravers Assoc.

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1 prelim. leaf, [] p. ill. (part col., incl. plans) 19 x 27 cm. The Art and Technique of Photoengraving - s. The Film Plus. 5 years ago. This film, created by Horan Engraving in the s, shows the entire process of photoengraving. Starting with taking a photo, it shows camera work, engraving, etching, plate preparation, touch-up, zinc & copper plates, one-color process, four-color process and.

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This is a page, 9 3/8 x 11 1/4, hardcover book titled and subtitled Modern Photoengraving / A Practical Textbook on Latest American Procedures.

The book was written by Louis Flader and J. Mertle and was copyrighted and publish4ed in by Modern Photoengraving Publishers.