*  Albumen print - Wikipedia
During the mid-19th century, the carte de visite became one of the more popular uses of the albumen method. In the 19th century ... "Albumen printing: Creating and processing albumen paper". Alternativephotography.com. "Kiwi Sun Photography: Albumen Printing ... The negative is traditionally a glass negative with collodion emulsion, but this step can be performed with a modern silver ... The albumen seals the paper and creates a slightly glossy surface for the sensitizer to rest on. The paper is then dipped in a ...
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*  Wet Plate Collodion - Studio Q - Studio Q - Photography & Bladesmithing
The collodion negative was most commonly printed on albumen paper. Talbot's Calotypes (paper negatives) preceded collodion. For ... Cutting was a 19th century American photographer and inventor. The Ambrotype resembled a daguerreotype (and is often mistaken ... The Ambrotype is a thin or underexposed collodion negative on a glass plate. When backed with black varnish, paper or cloth the ... The carte de visite (French for "visiting card") was a small paper print (Albumen) made from a glass negative. This new ability ...
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*  Cabinet card - Wikipedia
However, later into its popularity, other types of papers began to replace the albumen process. Despite the similarity, the ... the popular print format joined the photograph album as a fixture in the late 19th-century Victorian parlor. Ironically, early ... Matte collodion was used in the same period. A true black-and-white image on a cabinet card is likely to have been produced in ... Gelatin papers were introduced in the 1870s and started gaining acceptance in the 1880s and 1890s as the gelatin bromide papers ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabinet_card
*  Tintype - Wikipedia
It began losing artistic and commercial ground to higher quality albumen prints on paper in the mid-1860s, yet survived for ... the tintype process continued to enjoy considerable use throughout the 19th century and beyond, especially for casual ... The ambrotype was the first use of the wet-plate collodion process as a positive image. Such collodion glass positives had been ... Albumen print Ambrotype Calotype Collodion process Daguerreotype http://www.phototree.com/id_tin.htm Rinhart, Floyd; Rinhart, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tintype
*  Collodion process - Wikipedia
Collodion printing was typically done on albumen paper. The collodion process had other advantages, especially in comparison ... Below is an example of the preparation of a collodion emulsion, from the late 19th century. The language has been adapted to be ... The collodion process is an early photographic process. Collodion process, mostly synonymous with the "collodion wet plate ... The latter made the dry form unsuitable for the usual portraiture work of most professional photographers of the 19th century. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collodion_process
*  Hand-colouring of photographs - Wikipedia
Unfortunately, the paper products produced and used during the late-19th and early-20th centuries are highly acidic and will ... Usually, oil colours were used for such slides, though in the collodion era - from 1848 to the end of the 19th century - ... From the 1870s albumen printing papers were available in pale pink or blue, and from the 1890s gelatin-silver printing-out ... Hand-coloured photographs were most popular in the mid- to late-19th century before the invention of colour photography and ...
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*  Adolfo Farsari - Wikipedia
Farsari and other 19th-century commercial photographers generally concentrated on two types of subject matter: the scenery of ... Hand-coloured albumen print. View of the Yūshō-in Mausoleum complex showing the bell tower and Chokugaku gate, Zōjō-ji, Tokyo. ... Japanese Exchanges in Art, 1850s to 1930s with Britain, Continental Europe, and the USA: Papers and Research Materials. Sydney ... During the era of the collodion process, before the arrival of less demanding photographic technology (the gelatin silver ...
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*  What is it?
The collodion negative was most commonly printed on albumen paper. Talbot's Calotypes (paper negatives) preceded collodion. For ... Cutting was a 19th century American photographer and inventor. The Ambrotype resembled a daguerreotype (and is often mistaken ... There are three (3) variants of collodion photography:. 1. The Collodion Negative. The wet collodion negative was the first ... The Ambrotype is a thin or underexposed collodion negative on a glass plate. When backed with black varnish, paper or cloth the ...
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*  Chapter 5. The Albumen & Salted Paper Book
Resin Papers. Resins were used as paper sizing (including photographic rawstocks) for most of the 19th century. The use of ... matte collodion emulsion-type papers,--and all matte salted papers also bore the stigma of alleged impermanence. Whether ... Matte Albumen Paper. Matte albumen paper refers to a matte salted paper that has been prepared with a mixture of albumen and ... PREPARATION OF MATTE ALBUMEN PAPER. The following method of preparing matte albumen paper was described by Hübl in his book, ...
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*  University of Michigan Museum of Art: Results (2006 : 1 / 41)
19th century. circa 1855. 1989/2.12. salt print from a collodion negative on paper ... 19th century. circa 1860. 1984/1.311. albumen print on paper. Alinari, Fratelli ... Century Object Creation Date Accession Number Medium and Support Artist Secondary Keywords ...
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*  Henry Peach Robinson - Wikipedia
Albumen print from collodion-on-glass negative. Museum no. 68:004, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. French architectural ... his books being widely used photographic reference material in the late 19th century. Robinson, H.P. Pictorial Effect in ... employed combination printing techniques from paper negatives to produce not only panoramas, but also to deal with technical ... Harker, M. (1989). Henry Peach Robinson:"The Grammar of Art.". British Photography in the Nineteenth Century. Harker, Margaret ...
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*  Hidden mother photography - Wikipedia
While exposure times shrank as photographic technology developed, to get a clear picture of a child during the 19th century the ... They include daguerreotypes, ambrotypes (which use the wet plate collodion process), tintypes and albumen prints. The first ... A paper overlay could be used when framing the photograph to hide the parts showing the mother, focusing on the child instead. ... Mesure, Susie (1 December 2013). "She's behind you: The 'hidden mothers' on the late-19th century equivalent of the selfie". ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hidden_mother_photography
*  Care and Identification of 19th-century Photographic Prints - James M. Reilly - Google Books
Explains how to identify and care for 19th-century photographic prints. Gives information on the history of photographic ... 19th-century photographic prints 19th-century prints 30X magnification albu albumen paper albumen prints albums ambrotype ... bumen calotype carbon prints cause century cess chemical collection collodion papers collodion printing-out paper collodion ... 19th_century.html?id=pi7XAAAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareCare and Identification of 19th-century Photographic Prints. ...
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*  John Coffer's Camp Tintype - Wet-Plate Workshops, Supplies, and Fine Art
Due to the overwhelming response and unprecidented demand for true 19th century authentic wet-plate collodion photography, we ... move on up to negative and albumen paper making and printing, make your own Collodio-Choride Aristotype POP paper, and other ... The Doers Guide to Wet-Plate Collodion Photography, plus complete DVD Set. The Doers Guide to Wet-Plate Collodion Photography ... We do not use any ultra rare and fragile original mid-19th century wet-plate era cameras. We do use finely crafted of the ...
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*  Photography in Denmark - Wikipedia
... were produced on salt paper until around 1857 when salt was replaced by albumen. Collodion emulsion chloride paper was used ... The confusion continued until the end of the 19th century when artists began to use photography as an aid to painting. Notable ... The ambrotype, using collodium to produce a positive image on glass, and the pannotype, also collodium-based, were both used in ... as Mads Alstrup and Georg Emil Hansen paved the way for a rapidly growing profession during the last half of the 19th century ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photography_in_Denmark
*  Gustave Le Gray - Wikipedia
Gustave Le Gray: Master Photographer of the 19th Century, I Photo Central All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton ... "making the paper more receptive to fine detail". A collodion process published in 1850 but which was "theoretical at best". The ... Later that day at the same auction, however, an albumen print of "Grande Vague, Sète" ("The Big Wave at Sète," "The Great Wave ... In October 1999, Sotheby's sold a Le Gray albumen print "Beech Tree, Fontainebleau" for £419,500, which was a world record for ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustave_Le_Gray
*  Chapter 1
POP processes, including albumen, dominated 19th century photography.. In developing-out papers (DOP) light exposure produces ... All have exposed paper fibers over the entire surfaces, which distinguishes them from matte gelatin and matte collodion prints ... The paper may or may not be coated with an emulsion or binder. Albumen prints are also made by sensitizing a pre-salted paper ... Plain salt prints have a surface of exposed paper fibers; albumen prints are always glossy, but paper fibers are visible in the ...
  http://sharlot.org/archives/photographs/19th/book/chapter_1.html
*  Photographers of the American Civil War - Wikipedia
The American Civil War was the most widely covered conflict of the 19th century. The images would provide posterity with a ... In 1850, J. W. Black of Boston instructed Whitney in the "new art" of wet-plate collodion photography. Whitney opened his own " ... 145 "McPherson & Oliver Albumen Prints". G.H. Suydam Collection, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, LA. Retrieved November 30, 2015. " ... which employed the use of sensitized papers, making possible the production of unlimited copies of stereocards, album cards, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photographers_of_the_American_Civil_War
*  Paper Money - Vol. XLI, No. 3 - Whole No. 219 - May - June 2002 | SPMC
For a future article in Paper Money, I am looking for a photograph or other illustration of 19th century bank note engraving ... The positive photographic image of the note either now was contained within the emulsion (albumen image) or within the paper ... such as preparing the col- lodion wet-plate negatives and camera operation, were also complicated and time consuming. Collotype ... Paper Money and You, Paper Money, J/A 1991, Vol. 30, No. 154, p. 121. Paper Money Counterfeiters and Mr. Stanton, Paper Money, ...
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*  JAIC 1991, Volume 30, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 41 to 73)
The collodion negative was ideally suited for use with the albumen printing process, which predominated during the 19th century ... Some of these mends apparently date from the 19th century and employed gummed paper tape. Twentieth-century tapes included ... The albumen and salted paper book. Rochester, N.Y.: Light Impressions.. Reilly, J. M.1986. Care and identification of 19th- ... indicate that some glasses produced during the 19th century are chemically unstable and that some 19th-century negatives were ...
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*  Unguided-Tour: April 2007
... probably from the middle to late 19th century printed not on metal but on a wallet-size piece of leather.. "You know, I'm ... albumen (egg whites), potato starch, collodion, salt, mercury, silver, gold, platinum and even uranium. (Mr. Stulik, trying ... did not save samples of the hundreds of different films and papers they developed over the last century," the appeal stated. " ... However, there is a true fear to how long paper or chemistry will be available.. Preferring the darkroom, the same way Eugene ...
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*  Conservation and restoration of photographs - Wikipedia
... albumen, collodion, or gelatin) in which the final image material is suspended, and the primary support (e.g. paper, glass, ... Care and Identification of 19th Century Photographic Prints. Kodak Publication No. G2S. Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak Co., 1986 ... 1839: Salt print This was the most dominant form of paper print until Albumen prints was introduced in 1850. Salt prints was ... The presence of Insects and rodents is also fostered by high temperatures and humidity They eat paper fiber, albumen, and ...
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*  Felice Beato - Wikipedia
Photographs of the 19th century often now show the limitations of the technology used, yet Felice Beato managed to successfully ... He predominantly produced albumen silver prints from wet collodion glass-plate negatives. Beato pioneered and refined the ... Japanese Exchanges in Art, 1850s to 1930s with Britain, Continental Europe, and the USA: Papers and Research Materials. Sydney ... "Japan." In Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, 2: pp. 769-773. Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography. 2 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felice_Beato
*  Photographers Represented | 19th Century Original Photographs
Moving to Venice in 1858, he worked for photographer Carlo Ponti who was making albumen photographs using wet plate collodion. ... Pioneer in paper photography.. Thomas & Julian Rust The first record of Thomas Rust as a photographer is in 1869 when he worked ... Active in 19th century Kasmir, Punjab and Afghanistan sometimes working with John Burke. Together they photographed the Afghan ... His work was given high praise and is the most detailed 19th century photographic work of the unique architecture of Ceylon. ...
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*  Mustaches of the Nineteenth Century: Diseases of the Mustache: Acute Follicular Seizure
I can tell by your impressive blogsite that you are an expert on 19th century mustaches. Being a Temporal Anthropologist ... Albumen Cabinet Photograph (21) * Albumen carte-de-visite (88) * Albumen print (5) ... Collodion cabinet photograph (10) * Collodion carte-de-visite (2) * Comb (2) * Competitive Mustache Cultivation and Display (1) ... Gaslight developing-out paper cabinet photograph (1) * Gelatin cabinet photograph (22) * Gelatin printing-out paper (2) ...
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