calotype definition

  • noun:
    • A talbotype
    • a way of taking photographic photos, in writing sensitized with iodide of gold; -- also referred to as Talbotype, from creator, Mr. Fox. Talbot.
    • A photographic process created by Fox Talbot about 1840, although not now used.
    • A talbotype
    • a way of using photographic photographs, in some recoverable format sensitized with iodide of gold; -- also known as Talbotype, from creator, Mr. Fox. Talbot.
    • A photographic procedure developed by Fox Talbot about 1840, but not today in use.

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