Henry Fox Talbot - Talk by John Falconer21. Jun - 21. Jun 12 / ended British Library
10:00 - 12:00
Discover the treasures of early photography from the Talbot Collection in the company of the Curator.
As Part of the London Festival of Photography 2012 John Falconer will deliver an intimate and exclusive presentation to 12 very lucky people in the British Library print room on Britain's most important photographer, Henry Fox Talbot.
Credited as "the pioneer of photography" when he invented the Calotype process, the precursor to most photographic processes of the 19th and 20th centuries, Talbot's archive is now housed at the British Library.
Discover firsthand the birth of modern day photography when you join the British Library's Lead Curator of Photographs in a rare and detailed discussion and presentation of Talbot's original prints and notebooks.
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