Thursday, October 4, 2007

H. Fox Talbot's Salted Prints get 2nd Look

Ellie Young of Gold Street Studios in Australia is writing a “How to” manual about one of photography’s oldest processes. Invented by H. Fox Talbot, the salted print became one of the most often used methods of producing a photographic image during the 19th century.

Now in its editing stage, there’s no definitive word on when the manual will become available, but let’s hope Ellie decides to make it an “E-book” which any of us can buy, then download and print for our own use!

We’ll keep you up to date on Ellie’s progress.

Al Weber’s Rendezvous: If you want to go, act now because the remaining spaces (less than five) will be gone before you know it.

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