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Readings on Carbon Prints
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Hello,Can anyone recommend readings on the carbon printing process? Anything ranging from technical explanations to accounts of its historical and cultural significance, particularly within the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Malcolm Corrigall Aug 22, 2018.

London Salon of Photography Membership Records
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Hello,Can anyone advise me on where I might find membership records for the London Salon of Photography for the 1910s?Many thanks in advance,MalcolmContinue

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Malcolm Corrigall commented on Malcolm Corrigall's blog post Free open access article on Minna Keene FRPS
"Hi Donald. Thanks very much for the references on carbon printing - I will chase these leads up. Good to see you in Bristol. Best wishes, Malcolm."
Mar 19
Donald Stewart commented on Malcolm Corrigall's blog post Free open access article on Minna Keene FRPS
"Malcolm - Strange that no one seems to have mentioned the obvious -Christpoher James, The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes - which has 20 very useful pages . Also Sandy King is recognised as the modern master of carbon printing. Any search…"
Mar 18
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Free open access article on Minna Keene FRPS

I have recently published an open access journal article in Image & Text 32 (2018) on Minna Keene FRPS, drawing from my research into her Life and Career in South Africa between 1903 and 1913. The article can be downloaded here.Born in Germany…See More
Mar 11
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Hi Paul, Sounds very promising  - many thanks for the suggestion Best Malcolm"
Aug 22, 2018
Paul Cordes replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Hello Malcolm, There is also the book by G. Wharton Simpson, On the Production of Photographs in Pigments, Swan`s Process. Which contains an original carbon print frontispiece from an image by H.P.Robinson. Also The Photo Miniature series of 1900,…"
Aug 21, 2018
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"What an excellent resource - and not just for carbon but other processes as well. Thank you, Mick!"
Aug 21, 2018
Mick Thurman replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Malcolm Look towards the bottom of this page: Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Process There's a link to technical stuff about the Carbon Process there. Mick "
Aug 20, 2018
Mick Thurman left a comment for Malcolm Corrigall
"Malcolm, There's a link to some technical stuff about the Carbon process at the bottom of this page: The Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Processes Mick"
Aug 20, 2018
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Sounds like a beauty!"
Aug 20, 2018
bill purvis replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Was once in my possession and now in the collection of the NGA (National Gallery of Australia) a non-descript title 'Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow', publ 1872  by Thomas Annan containing 40 carbon prints of portraits of…"
Aug 20, 2018
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Thank you, Bill! Useful to have such a clear desciption."
Aug 20, 2018
bill purvis replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Dictionary_of_Photography_Wall_1897.pdf I've attached a .pdf file which contains extracts from a book from my library and an original brochure published by 'The Autotype Company, London'. The book is 'The Dictionary of…"
Aug 20, 2018
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Hi Michael, Thanks very much for the suggestions, which I will look into. They sound promising. I might be able to locate copies of the Lambert article and manuals at the Bensusan library. Otherwise I'll be in contact in October, when I'm…"
Aug 19, 2018
Michael Pritchard replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"There's plenty on the technical side. The Autotype Company published a number of manuals and there are books such as E J Wall's Carbon Printing (6th ed, 1902). Something more closely related to pictorialism is F C Lambert, The Practical…"
Aug 19, 2018
Malcolm Corrigall replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Dear John, This looks really helpful, I will check out the videos. Thank you very much for the suggestion. Best wishes, Malcolm"
Aug 19, 2018
John Minichiello replied to Malcolm Corrigall's discussion Readings on Carbon Prints
"Hi Malcolm, While you do state "readings" on the carbon print process, I'm going to suggest this excellent series of videos by a professional photographer here in the US who specializes in them. Personally, I find the carbon print…"
Aug 17, 2018

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Free open access article on Minna Keene FRPS

I have recently published an open access journal article in Image & Text 32 (2018) on Minna Keene FRPS, drawing from my research into her Life and Career in South Africa between 1903 and 1913. The article can be downloaded…

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At 10:31 on August 20, 2018, Mick Thurman said…

Malcolm, There's a link to some technical stuff about the Carbon process at the bottom of this page: The Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Processes

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