A user's guide to the historical processes that have become popular alternatives to modern and digital technology. Fine-art photographer Farber incorporates extensive research with clearly written directions and resource lists to provide in-depth information on eight of the most enduring processes in photographic history, including salted paper, albumen, cyanotype, kallitype, platinum/palladium, carbon/carbro, gum bichromate, and bromoil. He guides the reader through each step, from selecting the appropriate paper and sensitizing it to exposing, developing, and toning the final print. Contains about 60 b&w images that illustrate each process. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.