In part 4.0 of our photo process series we’re looking at the Woodburytype. We’re exploring the invention of the process and talking with our curators and historians, who help us put these processes into historical and cultural contexts.
The Woodyburytype process was invented in 1864 by Walter Woodbury – a photo mechanical process that combines photography and the press producing a continuous tone image.
Up next The Platinum Print, and The Gelatin Silver Print.
Lisa Kribs-LaPierre is the Manager of Online Engagement at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.
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