from The Century Dictionary.
- To produce (a photographic image) on the surface of sensitized paper according to the talbotype method. See
- noun A photographic process invented by an Englishman, W. H. Fox Talbot, in which paper prepared in a particular manner is used instead of the silver plates of Daguerre: same as
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- noun (Photog.) Same as
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- noun An early
photographproduced on papercoated with silver iodide.
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Talbot + type, after its inventor Henry Fox Talbot.
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