Fox Talbot and the invention of photography
Explores the significant contributions to the development of modern photography made by William Henry Fox Talbot, the discoverer of the latent image, inventor of the negative-positive process and of halftone reproduction, and the creator of color-tinted p
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The Pencil of Nature
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