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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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An early photographic-negative process.

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  • Why not adopt and abide by the simplicity of the calotype process as given in a late Number?
  • This ‘calotype method’ was later refined by George Eastman, founder of Kodak, so forming the basis of chemical film as we still know it.
  • In sixty-one, any soldier with a dollar and seventy-five cents could have his aspect recorded in the form of ambrotype, tintype, calotype, or daguerreotype.
  • This class may be made to print much more rapidly than our ordinary silver printing process, approaching sometimes more nearly to the calotype development in this respect. for more
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