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Pre-photographic

Photomechanical

Photographic

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

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Notes on this view:

This is an example of a 1950s camera advertisement. After WWII, there was a greater demand for advertisements in color. Dye Transfer replaced carbro as the preferred method for producing color photographs for advertising and fashion photography. It was not until the 1970s that artists embraced the process.