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  • cy·an·o·type/ˈsīənəˌtīp/
    Noun: A photographic printing out process which produces a positive blue print. Invented by Herschel in the early 1840's. Three years later Anna Atkins published the first photographic book, "Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions".