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Photogenic Drawing Samples  Mark Osterman. Satomi Tanaka came from Tokyo this week to learn Calotype. I started with photogenic drawings so that he could understand the progression that Talbot took that lead to silver iodide and the calotype.

Photogenic Drawing Samples Mark Osterman. Satomi Tanaka came from Tokyo this week to learn Calotype. I started with photogenic drawings so that he could understand the progression that Talbot took that lead to silver iodide and the calotype.

“Wild Fennel” by William Henry Fox Talbot. 1841-1842. Salted paper print. Gilman Collection, Purchase, Denise and Andrew Saul Gift, 2005 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Wild Fennel” by William Henry Fox Talbot. 1841-1842. Salted paper print. Gilman Collection, Purchase, Denise and Andrew Saul Gift, 2005 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

William Henry Fox Talbot (11 February 1800 – 17 September 1877) was a British inventor and photography pioneer who invented the calotype process, a precursor to photographic processes of the 19th and 20th centuries. Talbot was also a noted photographer who made major contributions to the development of photography as an artistic medium. His work in the 1840s on photo-mechanical reproduction led to the creation of the photoglyphic engraving process, the precursor to photogravure.

William Henry Fox Talbot (11 February 1800 – 17 September 1877) was a British inventor and photography pioneer who invented the calotype process, a precursor to photographic processes of the 19th and 20th centuries. Talbot was also a noted photographer who made major contributions to the development of photography as an artistic medium. His work in the 1840s on photo-mechanical reproduction led to the creation of the photoglyphic engraving process, the precursor to photogravure.

William Henry Fox Talbot, Photomicrographs of plant stems

William Henry Fox Talbot, Photomicrographs of plant stems

This print is watermarked \'J. Whatman 1840\'One of Talbots greatest photographs. Exceptional contrast and clarity. Comparable to a plant study in the Metropolitan Museum, New York.William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) was a British inventor who pioneered the development of photography. In January 1839, Talbot presented his discoveries of \'photogenic drawing\' to the Royal Institution. He then produced the first calotype in 1841: the first negative-positive process making possible multiple…

This print is watermarked \'J. Whatman 1840\'One of Talbots greatest photographs. Exceptional contrast and clarity. Comparable to a plant study in the Metropolitan Museum, New York.William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) was a British inventor who pioneered the development of photography. In January 1839, Talbot presented his discoveries of \'photogenic drawing\' to the Royal Institution. He then produced the first calotype in 1841: the first negative-positive process making possible multiple…

FOX TALBOT William Henry (1800-1877), Rameau d'Asparagus, vers 1840, photogramme, 22,9x18,4 cm (le photogramme est un procédé inventé en 1802 par Thomas WEDGWOOD ; il s'agit d'une image réalisée sans appareil photo : ici, les ombres portées des plantes ont laissé une empreinte négative sur le papier photosensible qui, exposé brièvement à la lumière, a noirci sauf aux emplacements recouverts).

FOX TALBOT William Henry (1800-1877), Rameau d'Asparagus, vers 1840, photogramme, 22,9x18,4 cm (le photogramme est un procédé inventé en 1802 par Thomas WEDGWOOD ; il s'agit d'une image réalisée sans appareil photo : ici, les ombres portées des plantes ont laissé une empreinte négative sur le papier photosensible qui, exposé brièvement à la lumière, a noirci sauf aux emplacements recouverts).

Rebecca Hayes. Cyanotype on crushed paper (feathers). Light bed exposure 80.

Rebecca Hayes. Cyanotype on crushed paper (feathers). Light bed exposure 80.

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