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"Not London, but you might be interested...   www.talbotworkshops.co.uk"
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"Hello Alan, :D Not that I know of, but you never know. Cynan Richard Jones has a certain ring to it. I have been meaning to read up on Calvert, the first Welsh Daguerreotypes and his photographic legacy. Thanks for the fave."
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"Hello Richard, Are you any relation of the Rev'd Calvert Richard Jones an early Calotype enthusiastic Welsh friend of William Henry Fox Talbot............... who married Kit Talbot to Lady Charlotte Butler in 1835?"
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Calotype group on Flickr



A small group on Flickr has been formed dedicated to the calotype and its variant processes. It is intended both for modern day calotypists as well as for those with an interest in the calotype as an historic process.

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At 18:16 on May 8, 2011, michaelg said…
Dear Richard in the video I used Protosulphate of iron; it is far less susceptible to contamination and although it does not give such a dense image it can be strengthen afterwords by using a physical developer after it has been fixed (ie., the basic Kodak intensifier containing silver nitrate) I did not use this in the demonstration as it was not necessary to make a dense negative (otherwise it would have looked on the video like a black rectangle)
 
 
 

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