|Date initiated||July 2016|
|Contributors||Luisa Casella, Stephanie Watkins|
Introduced by Gaudin in 1861; (according to Osterman), 1884 Liesegang introduced a ready-made paper, under the commercial name "Aristotype" Historic use period begins "in 1880 when clay coated paper stock was adopted for photography" (Osterman, 2007)
Commonly lightweight rag paper.
Housing and Storage Considerations
- Pénichon, Sylvie. 1999. Differences in Image Tonality Produced by Different Toning Protocols for Matte Collodion Photographs. JAIC, Volume 38, Number 2, Article 2 (pp. 124 to 143). https://cool.culturalheritage.org/jaic/articles/jaic38-02-002_3.html
- Stulik, Dusan, and Art Kaplan. 2013. The Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Processes. Los Angeles, CA: Getty Conservation Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/10020/gci_pubs/atlas_analytical: http://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/pdf_publications/pdf/atlas_collodion.pd
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