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cal•o•type



Pronunciation: (kal'u-tīp"), [key]
n.
1. an early negative-positive photographic process, patented by William Henry Talbot in 1841, in which a paper negative is produced and then used to make a positive contact print in sunlight.
2. a print made by this process. Also called Talbotype.

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