A holder to keep sensitized material, normally paper flat and in position on the baseboard of an enlarger during projection printing. It usually has adjustable borders to frame the image to various size.
Normally an adjustable metal frame that holds printing paper flat for exposure under the enlarger, and allows adjustments of the width of the picture borders.
A device to hold photographic paper flat during exposure, usually equipped with an adjustable metal mask for framing.
A frame for supporting something, such as chart paper.
Sits on baseboard of enlarger and holds paper flat and in position. Two or four adjustable blades adjust to fit different sizes of paper or border. Use to crop during printing.
A stand or frame for displaying objects.
A device that holds a sheet of photo paper flat and properly positioned under an enlarger, or a self standing photo mount or folder.
A darkroom device used to hold paper flat while exposing it to light from an enlarger. An easel creates a white border surrounding a print because its "arms" block light from striking the print paper's edges. The sliding arms can be adjusted vertically and horizontally in order to create prints of specific measurements - e.g. 4" X 6" or 5" X 7" and so on. An EASEL holds paper flat while exposing it to light from an enlarger.
Three- or four-legged stand with a rack used to hold cork board, magnetic board, posters, signs, charts, etc.