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Pre-photographic

Photomechanical

Photographic

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

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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.