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Chapter 9. Hardcopies Made Easy

Chapter 9. Hardcopies Made Easy



The photographic print has a long and glorious history in photography. The earliest daguerreotypes and tintypes were very print-like, even though they were made of thin sheets of metal: They were positive images viewed by reflective light that could be displayed in frames or passed around for viewing. Later, paper prints grew beyond the original fuzzy efforts of William Fox Talbot to fully detailed copies made from film or glass plate negative originals, becoming the standard destination for photographic images.


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