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Exhibition: Origins of Photography - French Calotype 1843 to 1860

A new exhibition has recently opened whereby one can see 180 prints made using the early negative-positive photographic process developed by Fox Talbot, which was adopted in France in 1843, reaching its peak in popularity between 1848 and 1860.

Details of the exhibit can be found here, which is just a short hop across the channel on the Eurostar!

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