calotypist

calotypist

(ˈkæləʊˌtaɪpɪst)
n
a person who produces photographs using the calotype process
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The speaker of "Mesmerism" obsessively rings changes on the words "have and hold," evoking the marriage ceremony as he attempts to conjure the woman's image in a dark room: "Having and holding, till / I imprint her fast / On the void at last / As the sun does whom he will / By the calotypist's skill.' (7)
An invaluable resource in this elegant publication is the illustrated biographical dictionary of 500 calotypists, compiled by Larry J.
Elizabeth Rigby, the writer and art historian, lived in Edinburgh in the 1840s where she was photographed by the calotypists David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson (Fig.