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  • n. Plural form of calotype.

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Examples

  • The National Gallery of Art will exhibit 120 calotypes, or paper negatives, made by some 40 British photographers in the 19th century.

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  • The picture is one of 250 daguerreotypes, calotypes, negatives, X-ray and spirit photographs exhibited in

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  • Also, Marshall states, “In general, most professional photgraphers used the daguerreotype process in the 1840†™ s, while the calotype was generally favored by those who were not atttempting to earn an income. †(A chart describing the differences between calotypes and daguerreotypes is included in the Appendix). “In August, 1841, Fox Talbot licensed Henry Collen as the first professional photographer, or calotypist. †(source: www. terramedia.co.uk / Chromomedia / years / 1840-1844. htm)

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  • Peter Marshall describes the distinction between daguerreotypes and calotypes. “The daguerrotype spread rapidly around the world ...

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