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Posted by
Michael Rawluk (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) on 15 February 2008 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

A Photographic Note:
Albumen Prints: In this early form of printing that is still being used, paper is coated with a thin layer of albumen (egg white) and sodium or ammonium chloride, and then floated on a silver nitrate solution. When exposed to ultraviolet light the image prints out without need for development. To obtain a better colour, and to preserve the image, the print is usually toned with gold chloride. This process was first used in 1847 by Abel Niépce de Saint-Victor.
A Photographic Quote of Note:
Experience is the best teacher of all. And for that, there are no guarantees that one will become an artist. Only the journey matters.
- - - - - Harry Callahan

Canon EOS REBEL 1/100 second F/6.3 ISO 100 55 mm

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1/100 second
ISO 100
55 mm