As I put all sorts of pressing questions to him, relating to paper or cardboard figures, and backgrounds and paintings, and all the artifices of the modern studio, he proceeded to demonstrate by showing me other negatives and prints that certainly supported his view.
Fanny gave a quick negative, and tried to hide her interest in the subject by an eager attention to her brother, who was driving as hard a bargain, and imposing on her as much as he could; but Crawford pursued with “No, no, you must not part with the queen.
Illingworths claim that they could produce, by means of clever studio painting and modelling, a similar negative.
The owner of one steam launch, who had bespoke six copies, rescinded the order on seeing the negative.
"Edward got the negative and took it to a specialist in photography who would know a fake at once.
And he did prepare the new negatives from which the prints you have were made, and he has a room full up with weird machines with handles and devices used in photography.... Sincerely yours, EDW.
I have received from Elsie three more negatives taken a few days back.
She remembered a line in a comic opera which she and Eugene had seen together: "Absence is the dark room in which lovers develop negatives" and this seemed a case in point.
She drew a quick pettish breath of objection, writhing uneasily on her seat, looked far ahead, and murmured, "I don't know--I wish--how can I say yes or no when--" He settled the matter by clasping his arm round her as he desired, and Tess expressed no further negative.
His father returned a negative, and then for the first time it occurred to Angel that her pride had stood in her way, and that she had suffered privation.
When I was nominated at Chicago, an enterprising fellow thought that a great many people would like to see how ‘Abe’ Lincoln looked, and, as I had not long before sat for a photograph, the fellow, having seen it, rushed over and bought the negative.
The positive always overcomes the negative--and optimistic mental states are always positive to pessimistic mental states."
The instrument had been placed at one of the windows of Granite House, and the lad, having secured his negative, took the glass into the dark room, where the chemicals were kept, in order to fix it.
For similar reasons, English-speaking hackers almost never use double negatives, even if they live in a region where colloquial usage allows them.