photoglyphic engraving

fotoglüüfiline söövitus (estonian)

Getty AAT concepts - photography and photomechanical printing

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photoglyphic engraving
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fotoglüüfiline söövitus
Estonian

Alternative label
photoglyph
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photoglypy
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Scope note
William Henry Fox Talbot's improved process for producing a printing plate from a photograph was patented in 1858. After coating a copper plate with bichromated gelatin, Talbot exposed the plate to light under a positive transparency. It was then dusted with powdered resin and heated evenly to distribute the resinous particles. The plate was then etched in an acid solution that dissolved the gelatin and etched those same areas. After cleaning, the plate was inked, wiped, and printed on paper. He coined the term photoglyph from the Greek for "carved light."
English

William Henry Fox Talboti täiustatud menetlus fotost trükiplaadi loomiseks, mille ta patenteeris 1858. aastal. Pärast vaskplaadi bikromaadiga töödeldud želatiiniga katmist, valgustas Talbot seda diapositiivi all. Seejärel tolmutati plaati vaigupulbriga ja kuumutati ühtlaselt, et vaiguosakesed jaotuksid. Plaat söövitati happelahuses, mis lahustas želatiini ja söövitas neid samu osasid. Pärast puhastamist kanti plaadile värvaine ja trükiti paberile. Talbot lõi termini "fotoglüüf" kreekakeelse sõnaühendi „graveeritud valgus“ põhjal.
Estonian

Broader concept
               <image-making processes and techniques>
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                    <printing and printing processes and techniques>
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                         printing processes
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                              photomechanical processes
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                                   relief photomechanical processes
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                                        photoengraving (process)
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Reference
Peeter Linnap. Maailma fotograafia ajalugu. Silmakirjad 7. Tartu: Tartu Kõrgem Kunstikool, 2013. Lk 346
Estonian

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