XIX·XXI, a Work on Héliogravure and Stereoscopy

XIX·XXI, A tribute to the work of Charles Wheatstone and William Henry Fox Talbot 1. Introduction - On June the 21th of 1838, Charles Wheatstone presented his paper Contributions to the Physiology of Vision. Part the First. On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, Phenomena of Binocular Vision (9-WHEAT) on the Royal Society, about the priciples …

Heliogravure Video

As a part of the acts celebrating the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, past Friday October 27 the Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) featured a video showing the original Talbot-Klic method (1879) for photogravure on copperplate. Answering the kind invitation from CRDI, I have been pleased to prepare the script and supervise the …

Seminari Sobre Fotogravat / Seminario Sobre Fotograbado

El Divendres 10 de Novembre (9:30-13:30h i 15-17h) d'enguany i dintre del marc de la celebració del 20é Aniversari del Centre de Recerca i Difusió de la Imatge (CRDI) impartiré un Seminari sobre Fotogravat. El temari s'iniciarà amb una breu ressenya històrica dels seus antecedents, la relació amb el naixement de la Fotografia i la …

Heliogravure II – Stochastic Screen

The Aquatint Screen As described in the technique of heliogravure, it is necessary to have some screen to illuminate the gelatinized paper or carbon tissue in order to bypass the use of a resin or asphalt aquatint. The resin or asphalt powder is applied by means of the called resin or aquatint boxes, where the …

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