Anna Atkins (1799–1871) was a pioneer in this technique [producing photograms], creating richly hued cya- notypes of botanical specimens (fig. 2.5). Atkins circulated her cyanotypes in volumes such as British Algae (1843–53), the first publication to be composed and printed photo- graphically.
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