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What is a Daguerreotype?

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What is a Daguerreotype? A daguerreotype, in short, is a photographic process in which a sheet of silver-plated copper is used to create a positive or negative image depending on a few variables. This process, also known as daguerreotypy, was the first commercially and publicly successful photographic process and was created in 1839 by Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre,

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What is a Tintype?

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Before photographers had the ability to take a photograph as we know it, they had to first find a way to make a photograph. One of the ways that people created images in the 1800’s and throughout the 1900’s was by creating a positive image on a tin plate. This is what became known as

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