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Ambrotypes

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Also known as a Collodion positive on glass.

The ambrotype is an under-exposed wet collodion negative on glass that appears positive due to the…

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Daguerreotypes

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One of the first successful forms of photography, named for Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre of France, who invented the technique in collaboration with…

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Lantern Slides

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The vast majority of commercial lantern slides were black-and-white positive images, created with the wet collodion or a dry gelatine process. Slide…

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Negatives

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All types of negative - paper (Calotype), glass (Collodion & Silver Gelatine) and the occasional film based negative.

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Prints

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This collection contains prints of all formats. Mostly albumen prints, I have not differentiated each type at the moment but contains albumen, salt,…

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Stereographs

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Stereographs are composed of two pictures mounted next to each other, viewed with a set of lenses known as a stereoscope. Taken around 7cm apart,…

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Tintypes

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Also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or…

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