Medium:Silver Gelatin Print
Height: 9.5 in
Width: 7.5 in
Gelatin print of a Little girl in white sandals and floral patterned dress climbing up a playground ladder.
The silver gelatin process is the photographic process that was introduced by Richard Leach Maddox in 1871 with later improvements by Charles Harper Bennett in 1878. A silver gelatin photograph is created when a suspension of silver salts in gelatin is coated onto a support such as glass, flexible plastic or film. These light-sensitive materials are stable under normal keeping conditions and are able to be exposed and processed even many years after they were created.