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Hace 176 años el inglés William Henry Fox Talbot descubrió el primer método simple para imprimir fotografías en papel: sólo era necesaria una solución salina. Llamó al invento calotipo —del griego 'kalos', hermoso— y abrió un nuevo campo expresivo para que los primeros fotógrafos estabilizaran imágenes en copias. La Tate Britain inagura 'Sal y plata', una exposición con fotos de entre 1840 y 1860, algunas de las más antiguas de la historia.

Jean-Baptiste Frénet, Horse and Groom, 1855 © Wilson Centre for Photography

William Henry Fox Talbot

William Henry Fox Talbot, “Nelson’s Column under Construction, Trafalgar Square, London” (first week of April salted paper print (courtesy Hans P.

'The Handshake', mid 19th century. Calotype. (Showing two men wearing tailcoats, hat in hand, greeting one another.)

by Fox Talbot W. 'The Handshake', mid century. (Showing two men wearing tailcoats, hat in hand, greeting one another.

Talbot William Henry Fox, Vénus, 29 février 1840

Talbot William Henry Fox, Vénus, 29 février 1840

The Reverend Calvert Jones in the cloisters of Lacock Abbey, c 1843. Calvert Richard Jones (1802-1877) was a friend of Talbot's and worked with him on the production of calotype negatives to produce prints for commercial sale. Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, now open to the public and housing a photography museum, was Talbot's family home.

The Reverend Calvert Jones in the cloisters of Lacock Abbey, c 1843. Calvert Richard Jones (1802-1877) was a friend of Talbot's and worked with him on the production of calotype negatives to produce prints for commercial sale. Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, now open to the public and housing a photography museum, was Talbot's family home.

William Henry Fox Talbot Plaster Bust of Patroclus 1846

First exhibition in Britain devoted to salted paper print photography entitled, Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – Tate Britain 25 February to 7 June 2015

Henry Fox Talbot şi calotipia/ Henry Fox Talbot and the calotype

Photography -A latticed window in Lacock Abbey, England, photographed by William Fox Talbot in Shown here in positive form, this may be the oldest extant photographic negative made in a camera. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Henry Fox Talbot (He discovered the negative/positive process of photography in 1835)

William Henry Fox Talbot (He discovered the negative/positive process of photography in

William Henry Fox Talbot

Antoine Francois Jean Claudet, Woman, salted paper print from a calotype negative. Older than the Civil War era, older than the Oregon Trail.it makes me want to scrutinize every detail in this photo.

MET: William Fox Talbot, the invention of photography

touba: “ William Henry Fox Talbot, The Tomb of Sir Walter Scott, in Dryburgh Abbey, ”