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The Correspondence of William Henry Fox Talbot (Groot-Brittannië)
‘The Correspondence of William Henry Fox Talbot’- Project is preparing a comprehensive edition of letters to and from Talbot (1800-1877), the Wiltshire polymath best known for his invention of photography. Much of the foundation for this project has already been laid and nearly 10,000 letters to and from him have been located thus far. One form of final publication will be electronic and will provide completely searchable full transcriptions of all the letters, including translations of those written in languages other than English. At least one selective print edition is also anticipated. It is expected that the on-line version will be published by May 2003.
The Daguerreian Society
Allow us introduce ourselves and tell you about the world’s fastest growing photohistorical group including information about our Annual, our Newsletter, and our yearly Symposium.
DigiCam History Dot Com is a non-profit, educational site provided for the free use of all digital camera enthusiasts. Visitors, including manufacturers, are encouraged to submit topics or photos concerning the historical development of consumer digicams for inclusion on this site as well as corrections, and/or additional information (please provide sources such as URLs that can be easily verified, or arrange to mail hard copies of articles, photocopies of book pages, etc.). DigiCam History Dot Com is a non-profit, educational site provided for the free use of all digital camera enthusiasts. Visitors, including manufacturers, are encouraged to submit topics or photos concerning the historical development of consumer digicams for inclusion on this site as well as corrections, and/or additional information (please provide sources such as URLs that can be easily verified, or arrange to mail hard copies of articles, photocopies of book pages, etc.).
Antique & 19th Century Cameras (VS)
Stop in and immerse yourself into the world of 19th century photographica as we move into the new millennium. This website has a variety of rarely seen wood cameras, related history, and 19th century camera advertising.
The first & only Color photography industrial process until 1935
The purpose of this site is to enhance this misknown patrimony unmatched testimony of the early Twentieth Century. Its ambition is to collect, centralize and exchange information world wide.
If you are a collector, an amateur, or a passionate, if you own Autochromes or know some, this web site is just for you.
Autochrome was a photographic transparency film patented in America, June 5,1906 (No.822,532) by Auguste and Louis Lumière of Lyons, France (FR.Pat.No. 339,223, 1903). Like other techniques of the time, it employed the additive method, recording a scene as separate black and white images representing red, green and blue, and then reconstituting color with the help of filters.
Albumen photographs: history, science and preservation (VS)
Presenting the art and science of albumen printing, this site brings together 19th Century technical instruction, contemporary research, an online forum for conservation treatment and a wealth of images. This unique resource is dedicated to those who value the application of technology to the creative process of image making.
This site is the result of a partnership of art conservators backed by institutional support. The key personnel share a strong interest in photography and a commitment to using new media for education and research.
Mike Ware’s Alternative Photography Pages (Groot-Brittannië)
Greetings, gentle reader! Welcome to this site which reflects my interest in the Science, History and Art of the so-called ‘Alternative’ Photographic Processes.