|SUBJECT||photogenic drawings (photographs)|
|NOTES||Refers to the first photographs produced by William Henry Fox Talbot. They were created with a printing-out process, some as photograms and others with a camera. Distinguished from 'calotypes' which were produced by Talbot's later improved and patented developing-out process called 'calotype.' In the mid-19th century, sometimes used as a synonym of photographs. For most prints made from these negatives, use 'salted paper prints.'|
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