Term - Bromoil

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Old printing process invented in 1907, Bromoil printing has the benefit that images are formed from bromide enlargements - so 5x4 inch or 8x10 inch internegatives are not required The bromide print is bleached, leaving the picture with a faint image, which then picks up an pigment applied with a brush. Any colour of pigment can be used


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