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1851, London, Great Exhibition, ordered by EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NUMBER

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Exhibition: 1851, London, Great Exhibition More from this exhibition >
Exhibit number: 296.16(3), v 1, Class 10, United Kingdom  

Photographer: Claudet, Antoine François Jean (1797-1867) More by this photographer >
Full title: Negative portrait produced on a plate first exposed to light and in that state having received the image of the camera obscura through yellow glass; this proves the destructive action of the yellow rays in the photographic operation, and that the yellow rays are not only antagonistic to the photogenic rays, but that they destroy the effect produced by the last.
Process: Not Listed   [Not Listed] More by this process >

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Exhibitor: Claudet, Antoine François Jean  

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