The Art and Practice of Silver Printing

By: Robinson, H.P.; Capt. Abney

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First edition. Lacks title/copyright page, a few pages repaired at binding, corners rubbed. 1881 Hard Cover. 128 pp. 29 pages of advertisements for various photographic equipment follow text. An early work on the silver gelatin process in photography, published just ten years after it was invented by Richard Leach Maddox. Illustrations in text. Contents include: Preliminary Experiments; Preparation of Albumenized Paper; The Sensitizing Bath; How to Keep the Sensitizing Bath in Order; Silvering the Paper; Washed Sensitive Paper; Cutting Paper; Printing-Frames; Preparing the Landscape Negative; Preparing the Portrait Negative; Vignetting; Printing the Portrait; Combination Printing; Toning; Fixing the Print; Washing the Print; Printing on Plain Paper; Printing on Resinized Paper; Printing on Gelatino-Chloride Emulsion Paper; Drying the Prints; Mounting Photographs; Defects in Prints; Encaustic Paste; Enamelling Prints; Cameo Prints; Appendix.

Title: The Art and Practice of Silver Printing

Author: Robinson, H.P.; Capt. Abney

Categories: 19th Century, Early Imprints, Technology, Scientific History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: E. and H.T. Anthony: 1881

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fair

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2262842

Keywords: PHOTOGRAPHY HISTORY PHOTOGRAPHIC SCIENCE PHOTO PROCESS DEVELOPMENT SILVER GELATIN PRINTING,