What is a blueprint?

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A blueprint is a reproduction of a detailed drawing of an architectural or engineering building design. The term "blueprint" has also expanded to mean a detailed plan of actions or proceedings for any endeavor, as in a "blueprint for success."

The process of making cyanotypes, or blueprints, was developed in 1842 by Sir John Herschel. Prints were inexpensively created by shining light through the original tracing-paper design laid onto photo-sensitive paper, and dipping the paper in a potassium ferrocyandie bath to develop the image. The resulting negative copy of the original was a page of blue paper with white design lines and notations.

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blue·print
[bloo-print]
NOUN
1.
a process of photographic printing, used chiefly in copying architectural and mechanical drawings, which produces a white line on a blue background.
2.
a print made by this process.
3.
a detailed outline or plan of action: a blueprint for success.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
4.
to make a blueprint of or for.
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