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Opalotype is an early technique of photography. It dates to 1857. The original technique involved printing on sheets of opaque, translucent white glass. They were sometimes hand-tinted with colors to enhance the effect. Opalotype has been compared to watercolor or pastels in its softer coloring and tender mood. It generally conveys beauty and delicacy of detail as well as calmness and serenity.
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