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Wet collodion SWPP Photographic Glossary

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Wet collodion

Is a much improved calotype developed by Frederick Scott Archer. A sensitized glass plate was dipped into a bath of silver nitrate and exposed while still wet. The improved speed made much shorter exposures possible.



 

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