The vintage body of photographic work by Edward S. Curtis consists of albumen prints, platinum prints, gelatin silver prints, blue toned silver prints, collodian.
PLATINUM PRINTS | Curtis created a body of platinum prints, comprising of 1/4– 1/2 small body of hand-colored gelatin silver and platinum photographs exist.
Platinum prints, also called platinotypes, are photographic prints made by a monochrome As a result, since no gelatin emulsion is used, the final platinum image is . The History of the Platinum Process. kimeia.com; ^ Hannavy, John, ed.
Mar 22, 2014 Both images were, in fact, included in Curtis' magnum opus, The North Vintage Silver Print Curtis' “master prints” (Gelatin Silver Prints and Platinum Prints) are less than 1% of all of the work he created and left behind.