Box with a set of 17 photographic silver bromide gelatine plates, HANRIAU, Paris, late 19th century.
Size of plates: 9 x 12 cm
A large number from the Colonial Photographic Counter.
Among the many discoveries and technological advancement that have changed the history of photography, the arrival of silver bromide-gelatine plates was among those that contributed the most to democratizing the practice. The process began to be developed in 1871 by Richard Maddox, bringing together in a gelatine substrate the necessary elements to make the backing light-sensitive. In 1878, Charles Bennett improved it with a simple heating process, significantly increasing the sensitivity of the emulsion.
- Caja de platos fotográficos mostrador fotográfico colonial de finales del XIX
- País de origen
- Original / réplica
- Viene con certificado de autenticidad