The invisible imageleft by the action of light on photographic film or paper. The light changes thephotosensitive salts to varying degrees depending on the amount of light strikingthem. When processed, this latent image will become a visible image either in reversedtones (as in a negative) or in positive tones (as in a color slide).mirglossary
Image recorded on film that is made visible by development.
The invisible image that is formed when the silver halide compounds in film are struck by light. Upon development, this image, or series of light and dark tones, is made manifest.
Precisely, the edge numbers, and not inked-on code numbers. see Edge Numbers.
Invisible image in exposed, undeveloped film; results from exposure to light.
Images placed on the edge of film products in manufacturing that become visible after development.