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Use "daguerreotypes" in a sentence
"Edgar Allan Poe called the daguerreotypes miraculous beauties and photogenic drawings of absolute truth, and a few years later, Walt Whitman, then-editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, said the new art form possessed great magnetism and captured the soul of the human face."
"About the same time Daguerre published his new invention of making the sun prints which were called daguerreotypes after him."
"Her dim-lighted, low-contrast wet collodion tin types recall daguerreotypes and emit the feeling of quiet awe in discovery, with exquisitely creepy creatures from the depths, including the "Shell Octopus," "Paper Nautilus," and "Sea Horse.""