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Oskar Goetze

1.  Has anyone any information about a German portrait photographer, Oskar Goetze, who had a studio in Berlin possibly before World War One.2.  As most Cartes de visite were taken during the…Continue

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1950s Kodachrome: Aldermaston Rally 1958

This blog is to remind you not to throw out old photographs you may have lying around. About a year ago I was sorting through my old Kodachromes, especially those I took when backpacking in Europe in 1957/58.They were taken on the original 35mm, 10 ASA (ISO) Kodachrome that was not only slow but also a bit contrasty.The attached photograph is of the first Aldermaston…See More
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Oskar Goetze

1.  Has anyone any information about a German portrait photographer, Oskar Goetze, who had a studio in Berlin possibly before World War One.2.  As most Cartes de visite were taken during the wet-plate era, can we assume that they all would have been wet-plate photographs?See More
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1950s Kodachrome: Aldermaston Rally 1958

This blog is to remind you not to throw out old photographs you may have lying around. About a year ago I was sorting through my old Kodachromes, especially those I took when backpacking in Europe in 1957/58.

They were taken on the original 35mm, 10 ASA (ISO) Kodachrome that was not only slow but also a bit contrasty.

The attached photograph is…

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Posted on August 23, 2022 at 2:00

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