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Each of the photographic techniques and processes is covered in this section. If you are able to assist in improving this section of the website please let us know at alan@luminous-lint.com. 
 
  

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19th Century Techniques And Processes

 
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Detailed Descriptions Of Processes

Contributed by Peter Marshall

 
Individual photographic processes are being examined to provide a comprehensive illustrated resource - including the discovery, preservation, identification, technical processes and major photographers. 
  
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Cyanotype process 
Daguerreotypes 
Albumen prints 
Salted paper prints 
 

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