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Research on British Seaside ambrotypes
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For a new photographic history book on British photography (my 49th photo history text) I am trying to find information on the cameras that took the ambrotype and tintype British seaside and street…Continue

Tags: ambrotypes, Seaside

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Safier on Wednesday.

Photographs of British Physicians with Bodies, Skulls etc.
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Survey and Help wantedI am writing a new book, my forty-fourth, continuing my studies of medical photography and popular culture. (working title) Stiffs Skulls and Skeletons: Medical Photography and…Continue

Tags: Skeletons, &, Skulls, Stiffs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stanley B. Burns,MD Sep 20, 2013.

Daguerreotypes of British Photographers posing with their camera's??
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I am writing books a book on daguerreotypes and one on ambrotypes and need some information.I believe there are less than a handful of English daguerreian photographers posing with their camera's.…Continue

Tags: with, camera's, posing, Ambrotypists, &

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stanley B. Burns,MD Apr 6, 2012.

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Marcel Safier replied to Stanley B. Burns,MD's discussion Research on British Seaside ambrotypes
"Hi Stanley, I am in touch with collectors and researchers interested in the subject of seaside photography, some of whom are members of this forum. I have looked at British seaside and street photography and its connections and parallels with the…"
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Research on British Seaside ambrotypes

For a new photographic history book on British photography (my 49th photo history text) I am trying to find information on the cameras that took the ambrotype and tintype British seaside and street photographs of the 1870-1910 time period. Supposedly the cameras had apparatuses or came with a portable apparatus that quickly developed the plate. thanksStanley B Burns, MDburns@inch.comBurns ArchiveSee More
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Exhibition: Memorializing Infant Loss in 19th Century Photography

I thought it appropriate to notify you of my exhibition of memorial/postmortem photographs- Memorializing Infant Loss in 19th Century Photography. The exhibit is being shown at a conference at the University of Hertfordshire and opens July 16th.  The conference title is Perceptions of  Pregnancy…

The basis of the exhibit is my Sleeping Beauty Book…
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