Pioneering Female Photographers: Interesting Portraits of Victorian Women Behind Their Cameras
Here is an amazing portrait-photo collection of pioneering female photographers in Victorian era.
The Online Photographer
A photography news and information website in the form of a weblog with multiple authors who write on a variety of photography and art-photography related issues.
Houghton: Daguerreotype Tropical Sliding Box Price Guide: estimate a camera value
Houghton: Daguerreotype Tropical Sliding Box - c1845. 4¾x4¾'' exposures, daguerreotype camera. One of the earliest Houghton cameras licensed by Daguerre.
Dubroni, c. 1866 - Sep 20, 2014 | Auction Team Breker in Germany
Dubroni, c. 1866 Wooden box camera for wet collodion process. The preparation of the plate took place inside the came... on Sep 20, 2014
Sliding-Box Camera by Charles Chevalier, c. 1849 - Sep 20, 2014 | Auction Team Breker in Germany
Sliding-Box Camera by Charles Chevalier, c. 1849 Camera and lens marked: "Photographe à verres combines inventé par C... on Sep 20, 2014
The Met Receives Promised Gift of Over 700 Extraordinary Photographs from the 1840s to the 1910s
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced an extraordinary promised gift in celebration of the museum's 150th anniversary from Trustee Philip Maritz and his wife, Jennifer, of over 700 ...
Miniature Sliding Box Camera, c. 1845 - Sep 20, 2014 | Auction Team Breker in Germany
Miniature Sliding Box Camera, c. 1845 French. Square design focusing screen 1 ½ x 2 in. (horizontal), dimensions of c... on Sep 20, 2014
Horne & Thornthwaite, Sliding Box Wet-plate Camera, (Circa 1857-1866) - Filling the House and the Internet with Junk
The greatest loss to an antique is the loss of its history (owner, purpose, use, etc.). Yes, condition governs value on most pieces, but knowing who owned the item and their story adds tremendous personal value. In the case of this Horne & Thornthwaite camera I unfortunately do not know anything about the previous owner(s), but we can make a few speculations. Known Camera History First the easy to discern facts. The camera is well documented...
An early sliding box type dry collodion plate camera, with a lens...
An early sliding box type dry collodion plate camera, with a lens made by the London Stereoscopic Co. Frederick Scott Archer invented the wet collodion process that replaced the calotype and...