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noun[mass noun] Photography
Film that gives a positive image directly when processed, used chiefly for making transparencies.
- This two-step process does take more time than using a direct reversal film such as Kodak SO-132.
- Photographs were taken on 35-mm ISO 400 reversal film (Fujichrome Provia 400F).
- Since Gallo, in true art auteur fashion, decides to use reversal film stock to shoot the film, there is only so much they can do.
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