Easel – Holds photographic paper down during the print process and allows for exact sizes and cropping to be made.
Emulsion – A light sensitive layer on film that contains one or more silver halides and captures an image when exposed to light.
Enlargement – Printing a film negative to a larger size on photographic paper.
Enlarger – A system used in the darkroom that exposes the negative to photographic paper to create a positive image. Enlargers can be moved up and down to make images larger and smaller and focused to provide maximum detail.
Exposure – The amount of light that is allowed to hit photo film or photo paper, creating an image on the respective source.
Exposure Setting – The combination of aperture and shutter speed used to expose film.