Chapter 2: Basic Photographic Processes

Figure 10. Photographer unknown, 1888–1889. Gelatin dry-plate negative. Edward G. Thomson at Labná, Mexico. PM 2006.2.92**
Figure 10. Photographer unknown, 1888–1889. Gelatin dry-plate positive print. Edward G. Thomson at Labná, Mexico. PM 2006.2.92.1**
Figure 11. Deteriorating nitrate base negatives in storage album. PM 2004.24.31115**
Figure 12. Hallam L. Movius, Jr., 1958. Black-and-white (safety film) negative. Excavation of the Abri Pataud, Les Eyzies, France. PM 2004.24.31116.1*
Figure 12. Hallam L. Movius, Jr., 1958. Black-and-white (safety film) print. Excavation of the Abri Pataud, Les Eyzies, France. PM 2004.24.31116.1.1*
Figure 13. Wilhelm and Friedrich Langenheim, 1848. Daguerreotype. African youth. PM 35-5-10/53069**
Figure 14. Charles Shepherd and James Robertson, ca. 1895. Albumen print. Indian carriage and pair. PM 975-62-00/1.1**
Figure 15. Frederick W. Wulsin, 1927. Gelatin silver print. The postmaster (right) in his official regalia with the head lamas, Wangyefu (Payenhaot'e), Inner Mongolia, China. PM 2004.24.31118
Figure 16. Ian W. Brown, 1982. Instant black-and-white print. Lookout site, Jefferson County, Mississippi (photo of field journal). PM 2004.24.31119*
Figure 18. Hillel Burger, 1980. Color transparency. Embroidered textile, ca. A.D. 800–1200, Paracas, Peru. PM 32-75-30/F857*