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- n. A person who makes calotypes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who takes photographs by the calotype process.
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Also, Marshall states, â€œIn general, most professional photgraphers used the daguerreotype process in the 1840â€ ™ s, while the calotype was generally favored by those who were not atttempting to earn an income. â€ (A chart describing the differences between calotypes and daguerreotypes is included in the Appendix). â€œIn August, 1841, Fox Talbot licensed Henry Collen as the first professional photographer, or calotypist. â€ (source: www. terramedia.co.uk / Chromomedia / years / 1840-1844. htm)