Anyone in the Sydney area interested in alternative processes or history of Australian photography? On display in the NSW State Library National Treasures exhibition is Richard Daintree's "Queensland Album" a collection of Autotypes or Carbon prints from c. 1868. Amazing photographs. Large contact prints with incredible detail and tonal range which must have come from an imposing camera. The Daintree National Park was named after him.

Here is a link but as usual the online images obviously don't do justice to the original prints.