Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph at the Science Museum

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Take a journey back to the birth of photography with the Science Museum’s exhibition Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph.

Discover how Henry Fox Talbot’s invention of the negative-positive process changed the course of photographic innovations in the 19th century, through an engaging display of pioneering photographs and experiments.

The exhibition draws on one of the most extensive collections of Fox Talbot’s work. It places unique examples of early photography in the context of 19th century’s experiments with telegraphy and the pioneering modernisation that informed this period.

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