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PROCESS? Expose a silver-coated copper plate sensitized in iodine vapor; develop the latent image by fuming in mercury vapors

Daguerreotype

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PROCESS? same as Talbot-type but with latent image development

Calotype

3

PROCESS? camera-less images made by contact printing

Photogenic drawing

4

PROCESS? paper negative: tonally reversed, laterally reversed; very fuzzy

Talbot-type

5

PROCESS? darkened paper with silver chloride and potassium iodide exposed in the camera to bleach in whites

Direct Positive Paper images

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View from his window at Le Gras, Joseph Nicephore Niepce, heliograph

7

  1. Self-Portrait as a Drowned Man, Hippolyte Bayard, direct paper positive

8

  1. Botanical Specimen, William Henry Fox Talbot, photogenic drawing

9

Boulevard du Temple, Paris, Louis Jacque Mande Daguerre, Daguerreotype

10

  1. Still Life, Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, Daguerreotype

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TITLE, PHOTOGRAPHER, PROCESS

  1. Redding the Line (Portrait of James Linton), David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson, calotype

12

  1. Portrait of an Unidentified Woman, Andre Adolphe Eugene Disderi, uncut albumen print from a carte-de-visite negative

13

  1. Inverted in the Tide Stand the Grey Rocks, Carleton Watkins, albumen print for a stereograph

14

  1. C’s Portrait (Constance Talbot), William Henry Fox Talbot, calotype

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  1. Ancient Ruins in the Canyon de Chelle, New Mexico, Timothy H. O’Sullivan, albumen print