THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Writing with Light
Experiencing the process of photography with a PIN HOLE CAMERA: faux portable camera obscura–a light tight box with an aperture, a shutter door and light sensitive film
Composing the Art with Framing Techniques
Permanent Positive Print: contact printing with Talbots Calotype Process
The use of paper as a negative meant that the texture and fibers of the paper were visible in prints made from it, leading to an image that was slightly grainy or fuzzy compared to daguerreotypes, which were usually sharp and clear as a single positive on glass much like a slide or large mega pixel digital.