Atmospheric vapor has taken pictorial legibility to the brink of dissolution. Looking for a lost world, we stumble upon a modern picture.
The artist who works in photography must not rest until he has mastered photo-etching: then he is completely equipped, and ranks with the etcher…for in etchings of all kind the choice of papers and inks is most vital. I hope in the future to print my own plates which I see is the only satisfactory method.
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