The salted paper print was the first type of paper print used in photography. The salted paper technique was created by British photographer William Fox Talbot and remained popular until the introduction of the albumen in the 1850s. The salt printing process involves painting a solution of salt water and then one of silver nitrate onto watercolor paper before exposing it under UV light. Each print is a one-of-a-kind print.
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