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The word is fairly generic, and seems like it could easily have been applied separately to a number of different things. For example, I found this from 1969 — "A new electronic method called Chromography re-creates paintings in such exact detail that experts find it difficult to tell the Chromograph from the original." — but I think this booklet from 1871 is ...


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I've gone through this. It is possible -- the images will be way to soft because of the thickness of the glass. It is also possible to put your phone into an enlarger that can enlarge 6x7 or 4x5 negatives. The phone becomes the light source, generally you have to crank up the brightness. There are straight forward ways to convert your screen to a "...


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I know this is an old question but I've been experimenting with this. Projectors WILL expose cyanotype paper - I've been using 'nature print' paper. With an additional lens to get the focusing distance down (an old photographic enlarger lens and also a cheap a4 plastic fresnel - they turn out to have the same focal length) I can get a good image on an A6 ...


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