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Compositing History Part – 01 Combination printing

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Compositing History Part – 01  Combination printing

Hippolyte Bayard

In 1840 Hippolyte Bayard created 'Self Portrait as a Drowned Man', First Constructed photograph In the history

He used his photograph as a protest against French Academy of Sciences that his work is overshadowed By Louis Daguerre

Gustave Le Grey

In 1856 Gustave Le Grey used two different negatives in combination to produce a positive that showed both sky and sea and land in one seamless picture.

Oscar Gustave Rejlander

Oscar Gustave Rejlander (1813-1875) was born in Sweden and is widely regarded as the ‘father of art photography’

In  1857 he combined more than 30 negatives, , based on Raphael’s School of Athens it took six weeks to produce.

Henry Peach Robinson

Henry Peach Robinson (9 July 1830, Ludlow, Shropshire – 21 February 1900

an English pictorialist photographer
known for his pioneering combination printing

He was one of the most prominent art photographers of his day

In 1858  Henry Peach Robinson created Fading Away is a composition of five negatives showing a dying girl
attended by grief-stricken parents

 He began by drawing a sketch of the final composition

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