Historical photographic instructions

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Matthew Spong, Jul 4, 2003.

  1. The Household Cyclopedia of 1881.

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    To make Pyroxyline or Gun-cotton, suitable for Photographic Collodion,
    Photographic Collodion, Iodizers for Photographic Collodion, To Iodize
    Collodion, Sensitizing Baths, Developers, Fixing Solutions, Strengthening
    or Intensifying Solutions Cleaning the Glass Plates, Lea's Cleaning
    Solution, Coating the Plate, Exposure, Development, Development with
    Sulphate of Iron, Fixing and Varnishing the Negative, To Adjust Camera for
    Chemical Focus, Direct Positives on Glass, Pyrogallic Acid Developer, To
    Copy Engravings, Copying Prints, Stereoscopic Pictures, Stereoscopic
    Transparencies, Fixing Bath, PAPER PRINTS, Albuminized Paper, To render
    the Paper Sensitive, Formula 2. - Preparation of Plain Paper, Formula 3 -
    Ammonio-Nitrate Paper, To Apply the Liquid, Toning Bath, PHOTOGRAPHIC
    PRINTING, Toning, Fixing, Washing, Mounting, Positive Printing by
    Development, Negative Printing Process upon Chloride of Silver, RUSSELL'S
    TANNIN PROCESS, MODIFIED, Cleaning the Plate, To Coat the Plate,
    Developing, FOTHERGILL'S DRY PROCESS, The Albumen Solution, Development,
    TAUPENOT'S COLLODIO-ALBUMEN PROCESS, Cleaning the Glasses, Sensitizing and
    Washing, Preparation of the Iodized Albumen, To Apply the Albumen, The
    Aceto-nitrate Bath, Development, PICTURES ON PORCELAIN, THE WOTHLYTYPE
    PROCESS, 1. To Prepare the Uranic Salt, II. The Sensitizing Liquor, III.
    Preperation of the Resinized Collodion, IV. To Sensitize the Resinized
    Collodion, V. Sizing of the Paper, VI. Applying the Collodion, VII.
    Preliminary Fixing, VIII. Toning the Pictures, IX. Fixing the Proofs,
    PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT A NITRATE OF SILVER BATH. (Sayce's process.)
    Preparation of Collodion, To use the Collodion in the Wet State, To use
    the Collodio-Bromide in the Preperation of Tannin Plates, Development of
    the Dry Plates, FAILURES AND IMPERFECTIONS, On Glass, On Paper, RECOVERY
    OF SILVER AND GOLD FROM WASTE SOLUTIONS, Bathe of Nitrate, Hyposulphite
    Baths, Toning Baths (Alkaline), Paper Clippings, Removal of Silver Stains,
    TOOVELY'S (PATENT) PHOTOLITHOGRAPHIC PROCESS, OSBORNE'S (PATENT)
    PHOTOLITHOGRAPHIC PROCESS, PRETSCH'S PROCESS OF PHOTO-GALVANOGRAPHY
     
    Matthew Spong, Jul 4, 2003
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