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Birth of the negative: Wet plate negatives, dry plate negatives In 1848 the sculptor Frederick Scott Archer was frustrated by the austere definition offered in photos from that time. He decided to create a process that would allow him to capture more of its slight variations in hue as all photos were limited to black and white at this point.
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The photo had to be developed almost immediately afterward, but the negative that was formed on the glass was able to capture pristine levels of detail. One disadvantage of this process was the time required to prepare the glass plate, usually on-site, which was extremely impractical for news photography and field reporting.
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For his wet plate process, he applied a gelatinous mixture of iodide or chloride to a glass plate. The plate would be immersed in a solution of silver nitrate and used to take the photograph while the gelatin was still wet.