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Got some vitamin D. 10 minutes against a sun drenched background.#lumenbox #henryfoxtalbot


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La finestra a grate dell’Abbazia di Lacock: il primo negativo fotografico della storia, ad opera di Henry Fox Talbot. #trachiostriemonasteri #monaco #monaci #monastero #monasteri #monastery #abbazia #abbazie #abbey #fotografia #negativo #storiadellafotografia #lacockabbey #henryfoxtalbot #negativofotografico #photography #photo #photooftheday #fotografi_amo #lacock "Latticed window at lacock abbey 1835" Credito: National Museum of Photography, Film and Television collection, author: William Fox Talbot


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BA PHOTOGRAPHY at University of Westminster (2) . . Photographic education at the University of Westminster has a unique depth of tradition. The world’s first courses in photographic chemistry were delivered at our Regent Street Campus in the first half of the 19th century, and the first degree in photography was offered in the 1980s at what was then the Polytechnic of Central London, now the University of Westminster. Louis Daguerre and Henry Fox Talbot both announced separate processes for capturing an image in January 1839, just six months after the opening of the Polytechnic, and by the October of that year lectures were taking place three times a week at the Polytechnic to explain the photographic processes. IMAGE: WESTMINSTER ARCHIVE #louisdaguerre #henryfoxtalbot #westminsterphotography #BAPhotography #BAP #westminphoto #photography #education #westminster #universityofwestminster #UoW #wearewestminster #photographydegree #welovephotography #baphotographywestminster #studyphotography


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Three Centuries of the Latticed Window Again this is not great photography, but the connection with history just fascinates me… Let’s jump back to August 1835: Although it was a close run between Louis Daguerre (him of the Daguerrotype Process) and Henry Fox Talbot about who produced the world’s first proper photographic image, it is commonly accepted that this is the world’s first photographic negative - a picture of a window in Talbot’s house, what is now the National Trust managed Lacock Abbey. Almost exactly 180 years later, I went there and snapped the very same window with my two youngest children thrown in as silhouettes for added authenticity. #henryfoxtalbot #foxtalbot #lacock #lacockabbey #history #historyofphotography #blackandwhitephotography #bnwphotography #bnw #blackandwhite #bnwphoto #bw #bwphoto #bwphotography #monochrome #historic #wiltshire #uk #unitedkingdom #england #photography #talbot #nationaltrust #foxtalbotwindow #henryfoxtalbot #foxtalbotmuseum


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‘Daguerre/Fox Talbot’. Page 19/20 of a #collage series that elevates the ‘#researcher’ to occupy the same level of visual space as the ‘#celebrity’ . As soon as #NicéphoreNiépce managed to take, what can be described as, the first #photograph in 1826, the stage was set for real life images to be permanently fixed. #LouisDaguerre began working with #Niépce, who died shortly after, leaving #Daguerre to develop a technique which fixed a positive, one-of-a-kind image to a #copper plate - the #Daguerreotype. The French government was so impressed, they rewarded him with a #pension for life . News of this breakthrough came as a shock to #HenryFoxTalbot, who had been working on his own #photographic process at #LaycockAbbey for some 5 years, but had not deemed it ready to reveal. His #calotype was a negative image fixed on paper that could be reproduced as unlimited positive prints . #FoxTalbot couldn’t match the quality of the Daguerreotype, but had moved #photography forward in to the world of #printing and reproduction. Despite the fact that Fox Talbot’s process would go on to form the basis of photography up until the digital age, Daguerre was the one who would become rich, #famous and celebrated during their lifetimes.


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Papel Salado. Técnica de Papel Salado sobre papel algodón 300g. Henry Fox Talbot realizó su primer papel salado alrededor de 1835; el proceso consistía en la inmersión de los papeles en una solución débil de sal y posterior secado. En una segunda instancia, se procedía a la adición de Nitrato de Plata, exposición al sol y finalmente una etapa de fijado. La técnica se mantiene vigente hasta el día de hoy. #papelsalado #saltedpaper #saltedpaperprint #henryfoxtalbot #historicalphotography #historicalphotographicprocesses #chemicalphotography #handmadephotography #alternativephotographicprocesses #fotografiaquimica #procesosfotogrficoshistóricos #procesosfotograficosalternativos #altphotoarchive


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cervesa mas fina 4x5 tintype merisian 45a 1 yr old collodion emulsion scratched with blade #mountainprovince#igorot#benguet#baguio#film#kodak#fugifilm#analog#igersmanila#saltprint#henryfoxtalbot#silver#salt#philippines#cordillera#barlig


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4:20 o’cock #henryfoxtalbot #hft


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Allow the #light to create the #detail. The #essence of #photography. In memory of #HenryFoxTalbot.


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Flowers at Lacock Abbey - It all began here where Henry Fox Talbot produced his first negative. #magnification #details #closeup #close #focus #lacockabbey #nikkor50mm12 #lacockabbey #tulips #bokeh #flowers #nationaltrust #henryfoxtalbot #foxtalbot


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Another #baggerloch #capturing #light in memory of #HenryFoxTalbot


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Anna Atkins created cyanotype photograms (cameraless photographs) like this one by pressing a plant sample and its handwritten label against a sheet of sensitized paper and then exposing it to sunlight. When the shape of the plant became visible on the paper, the green-tinted sheet was rinsed, washing away unexposed iron salts and turning the exposed area a rich blue. Atkins was an unusually well-connected scientist: her father chaired the February 1839 Royal Society meeting at which the British inventor and photographic pioneer Henry Fox Talbot made his “photogenic drawings” public, and she learned the cyanotype (blueprint) process directly from its inventor, John Herschel. Atkins began making albums of botanical studies in 1843, becoming the first to use photographs for taxonomic purposes. Anna Atkins, British, 1799–1871 Asplenium Braziliense, South America, 1854 Cyanotype 34.6 × 24.5 cm (13 5/8 × 9 5/8 in.) mount: 48.3 x 37.5 cm. (19 x 14 3/4 in.) Princeton University Art Museum. Museum purchase, anonymous gift https://artmuseum.princeton.edu/collections/objects/17473 #annaatkins #cyantopephotograms #photogenicdrawing #blueprint #henryfoxtalbot #botanicalstudies #princeton #museumfromhome #womanartist #womenshistorymonth #asplenium #fern #MuseumsAndChill


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