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Pre-photographic

Photomechanical

Photographic

Albumen
Ambrotype
Bromoil Transfer
Carbon
Carbro
Chromogenic
Chromogenic Slide Film
Collodion POP
Cyanotype
Direct Carbon (Fresson)
Dye Imbibition
Gelatin Dry Plate
Gelatin POP
Gum Dichromate
Instant
Matte Collodion
Platinum
Salted Paper
Screen Plate
Silver Dye Bleach
Silver Gelatin DOP
Tintype

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Notes on this view:

Platinum papers were popular among artists as well as with high-end portrait studios. This print likely dates to the mid-1910s, when the price of platinum was steadily on the rise. Warm platinum papers such as this were particularly popular for portraiture.