Three years ago, I wrote about a really lovely exhibition of early photography at Tate Britain, called Salt and Silver. Salted paper prints were one of the first forms of photography, a technique first shown in Britain in 1839.
You can read the article that I wrote then HERE, and see some of the seldom-displayed images which were on loan from the Wilson Centre for Photography in London.
Roger Fenton, Cantiniere, 1855
Now the show has just opened in the Yale Center for British Art in Connecticut (who knew there was such a thing?), and you can see a short film about it HERE.