William Henry Fox Talbot

Fox Talbot and the calotype

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

David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson

Out of the Shadow: Women of Nineteenth Century Scotland − Scottish National Portrait Gallery − Visit − National Galleries of Scotland

Linton with his sons and his boat, Newhaven, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson

[James (Sandy) Linton with his sons and his boat, Newhaven], David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson via the Royal Photograph Society

The Scott Monument under Construction, Robert Adamson & David Octavius Hill, 1843

Robert Adamson, David Octavius Hill 1843 Accession no. PGP HA 424 Medium Calotype print Size x cm Credit Provenance unknown For more information please select here.

William Henry Fox Talbot

Flowers and stem, 13 November Photogenic drawing (salt paper print) of a dandelion.

William Henry Fox Talbot, 1844

William Henry Fox Talbot, William Henry Fox Talbot pioneered what became known as the salt print.

Callotype of the Moon taken through the Craig Telecsope, 6 September 1854

Callotype of the Moon taken through the Craig Telecsope, 6 September 1854

Brighton's Royal Pavilion, William Henry Fox Talbot, 1846

An early calotype of Brighton's Royal Pavilion, probably taken by William Henry Fox Talbot

Newhaven Fishwives, David Octavius Hill & Robert Adamson

David Octavius Hill (British, with Robert Adamson (British, Newhaven Fishwives, Carbon print, x cm)

William Henry Fox Talbot

Fox Talbot and the calotype

William Henry Fox Talbot

Fox Talbot and the calotype

Nonexistent landscape, Dmitry Orlov

Nonexistent landscape, Dmitry Orlov

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