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Gamekeeper sitting with daisies, c 1840s.  	     Salted paper print by William Henry Fox Talbot

Gamekeeper sitting with daisies, c 1840s. Salted paper print by William Henry Fox Talbot

The Open Door Talbot, William Henry Fox, b.1800-1877 The Golden Age of British Photography, 1844

The Open Door Talbot, William Henry Fox, b.1800-1877 The Golden Age of British Photography, 1844

Talbot's Processes - Photographic Processes Series - Chapter 3 of 12

Talbot's Processes - Photographic Processes Series - Chapter 3 of 12

Photography as we know it has come a long way from the first “fixed  shadows” in…

In Motion: Drew Christie's Animations of Early Photographers

Photography as we know it has come a long way from the first “fixed shadows” in…

Way back in the early days, I wrote a post regarding my thoughts on the Broom Closet generally, but I don't think I have ever really written about it from my own perspective before. I tend to waffl...

Way back in the early days, I wrote a post regarding my thoughts on the Broom Closet generally, but I don't think I have ever really written about it from my own perspective before. I tend to waffl...

Fox Talbot's 'Mousebox' Camera  [First camera to use a lens to focus as much light on a smaller area (about one inch square) as possible for faster exposure times. Unfortantly not popular as there was no way to enlarge the photo again.]

Fox Talbot's 'Mousebox' Camera [First camera to use a lens to focus as much light on a smaller area (about one inch square) as possible for faster exposure times. Unfortantly not popular as there was no way to enlarge the photo again.]

Fox Tolbot- Dawn of the Photography at the Science Museum

Fox Talbot, Dawn of the Photograph, Media Space, Science Museum, London

Real Objects Made to Appear Like Two-Dimensional Drawings - My Modern Metropolis

Real Objects Made to Appear Like Two-Dimensional Drawings

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