Babys Breath
Babys Breath

Albumen printing was the first commercially exploitable method of producing a photographic print on a paper base from a negative. The process uses albumen, found in egg whites, and other chemicals to bind silver nitrate to paper. The coated paper is then exposed to light under a negative and developed in a dark-room. While the process is labor intensive, the prints are exquisitely detailed and richly toned. 

Globe Self-Portrait
Globe Self-Portrait
Nude with Crossed Legs
Nude with Crossed Legs
Trees
Trees
Self Portrait
Self Portrait
Babys Breath
Globe Self-Portrait
Nude with Crossed Legs
Trees
Self Portrait
Babys Breath

Albumen printing was the first commercially exploitable method of producing a photographic print on a paper base from a negative. The process uses albumen, found in egg whites, and other chemicals to bind silver nitrate to paper. The coated paper is then exposed to light under a negative and developed in a dark-room. While the process is labor intensive, the prints are exquisitely detailed and richly toned. 

Globe Self-Portrait
Nude with Crossed Legs
Trees
Self Portrait
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