The salt print is the foundation of photography. William Henry Fox Talbot, known as the of photography, discovered the salt print process in 1834. The history of Talbot is quite remarkable. His early discoveries were the foundation of numerous photographic and print processes, many still practiced today. Due to the inherent masking ability the salt print can create a greater tonal range than other photographic print processes. The challenge is to create negatives that reach this extraordinary range. The salt print offers flexibility in controlling the colour, tones and hues.*Based on a bank of 17 Philips Actinic BL 40 watt mercury vapour fluorescence UV tubes at a distance of 20 cm from the print. ... 42 It has been found that only about 2% of the original applied silver remains on the paper. ... of WHF Talbota#39;s halide-fixedImages 1834 -1844, Science Museum and National Museum of Photography, Film aamp; Television, Bradford, London., p24 43 Ibid.p25 44 Crawford, W. (1979)anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Salt Print Manual|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011|