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Identifying Processes
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Hello everyone,I need to identify the process used for some photographs in order or date them, however my brain is having an off day and I cannot conclude on what I think they are.The first image of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carys Ellen Fyson Jun 11.

Identifying Daguerreotype
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Hello! This is my first time using this site and i'd like to call on you lovely people to help me understand some items.According to the sellers, the smaller daguerreotype (the single man) is from…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carys Ellen Fyson Oct 9, 2017.

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Carys Ellen Fyson replied to Carys Ellen Fyson's discussion Identifying Processes
"Thanks for your help Alex! "
Jun 11
Alex Novak replied to Carys Ellen Fyson's discussion Identifying Processes
"Your "flute man" is a silver gelatin print, probably a developed out one from about 1910-1915 or so. "
Jun 10
Carys Ellen Fyson replied to Carys Ellen Fyson's discussion Identifying Processes
"Here’s a better picture of the flute man!"
Jun 6
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Identifying Processes

Hello everyone,I need to identify the process used for some photographs in order or date them, however my brain is having an off day and I cannot conclude on what I think they are.The first image of the flute playing man has got a reflective sheen to it.The second one of the children has some white powdery substance on it(both are behind glass which doesn’t help)The last attached image is from a collection of 6 images. Because of the peeling I’m guessing it’s a collodion positive. Any…See More
Jun 6

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