This category is for history pertaining to photography, such as history of black and white photography.
Presents the art and science of albumen printing, contemporary research, conservation and treatment of images.
Covers daguerreotypes to modernism. Research center features a guide early photo processes, book reviews and information on preserving/protecting valuable photographs.
A non-profit association that collaborates with Elysée Foundation in Lausanne to promote photography in the Middle East and the North Africa by locating, collecting and preserving the photographic heritage of that region.
Famous photographs, and master photographers, that have achieved iconic status as defining moments in history.
Has a photographic history museum; also stereoviews of the first transcontinental railroad.
The Cuarterolo archive is an image bank focused on 19th century Argentine and Latin American photography that houses over 5000 historic photographs.
History of visual Media, photography pre-cinema prestidigitation danse macabre optical illusions.
Virtual museum of images from photography, including portraits, architecture, cultural and historical monuments.
A detailed timeline of photography from ancient times to the present.
A discussion of dating a photograph, daguerreotype, tintype, CDV, or Cabinet photo. Photographic technique has always had changes that reflect the latest in scientific innovation. Culture, whether in hairstyles, clothing or settings, can specifically indicate a date an image was taken.
Article and photographs of Commodore Steffens, one of Chicago's foremost society photographer from 1872 to the 1910's.
Presents essays by R. Derek Wood on the history of early photography, the daguerreotype and diorama.
All about Czech and Slovak photography, history, theory, reviews, profiles.
History of pinhole photography, including theory and construction details.
Many facets of the camera obscura (dark room); the origin of the photographic camera, its place in art, culture and education,vintage instruments,images, photographs, and working camera obscuras are included.
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