A photographic image produced from film; sometimes from a film negative, and sometimes from a film positive. The defining characteristic of a contact print is that the photographic result is made by exposing through the film negative or positive, onto a light sensitive material that is pressed tightly to the film.guidtofilmphotography
A print made with the negative in contact (held tightly against) the photographic paper so that both negative and print are the same size.
A print made the same size as the negative.
A contact print made from several negatives at one time, usually an entire roll or whatever number of frames will fit on the print paper. The negatives actually come in contact with the printing paper, or as close as possible to the print paper when in a contact-printer negative holder.
Print made by exposing the receiving material in contact with the original. Images are the same size as the original images, but have a reversed left-to-right orientation.
A print made by exposingphotographic paper while it is held tightly against the negative. Images in the printwill be the same size as those in the negative.