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Alternative Process


This is the original process William Henry Fox Talbot announced in a paper read before the Royal Society on 31st January 1839. His method was to make Sun Pictures or Photogenic Drawings by spreading a quantity of nitrate of silver onto a sheet of paper and then leaving the paper in the sunshine.

This kit, complete with three stabilisers, will allow you to replicate his process. It takes between 15 and 30 minutes in sunshine to make a print. In the kit, you get 5 sheets of Canelletto 8x10 inch watercolour paper and enough sensitising solution for about 8 sheets in total


Salt Printing Instructions.


MSDS Sheets 

Salt Printing Silver Solution    Salt Printing Stabalisers 1


Salt Printing Stabalisers 2   Salt Printing Stabalisers 3



Description Code Price Quantity
Salt Printing Kit Salt Printing Kit
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Digital Contact Film - 160 A4 10 Digital Contact Film - 160 A4 10
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Digital Contact Film - 160 A4 50 Digital Contact Film - 160 A4 50
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Digital Contact Film - 160 A3 10 Digital Contact Film - 160 A3 10
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Digital Contact Film - 160 A3 50 Digital Contact Film - 160 A3 50
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Digital Contact Film 160  ROLL (17 )432mm x 30m Digital Contact Film 160 ROLL (17 )432mm x 30m
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Digital Contact Film -160  24" Roll 30mtr Digital Contact Film -160 24" Roll 30mtr
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Digital Contact Film 160 44" x 30m Digital Contact Film 160 44" x 30m
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