A History of Photography

“This is not designed to be a course on the history of photography such as a resource to dip into. In addition to pen-portraits of many of the most importa

“This is not designed to be a course on the history of photography such as a resource to dip into. In addition to pen-portraits of many of the most important photographers of the period, it contains information on some of the most significant processes used during the early days of photography. The project was confined to the first eighty years or so, as this is often a convenient cut-off point in books and when dividing courses into a syllabus.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE