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Roy Hungerford

Started Feb 20, 2015

USHERWOOD DORKING, GEORGE WASHINGTON WILSON, ABERDEEN
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Pritchard Feb 17, 2015.

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Roy Hungerford

Roy Hungerford's niece Shenagh telephoned yesterday to tell us that Roy died earlier this week at the age of 94.Members of the Historical Group of the RPS will have noted that the committee until recently included Roy as responsible for 'queries'. This was appropriate as he had a deep independent scholar's knowledge of historic cameras and lenses and he knew how to use them.He was ready to pass on his knowledge to students and scholars around the world. It was always a pleasure when Roy called…See More
Feb 20, 2015
Michael Pritchard replied to Terry King's discussion USHERWOOD DORKING, GEORGE WASHINGTON WILSON, ABERDEEN
Feb 17, 2015
Terry King posted a discussion

USHERWOOD DORKING, GEORGE WASHINGTON WILSON, ABERDEEN

Hello Everyone Does anyone have any further news on the progress of the proposed digitisation of the BJ. I am particularly interested in 1870s editions. Unfortunately someone seems to have borrowed  the relevant volume from my studio and not returned it. I need to confirm that Usherwood in Dorking got a twelve year old girl to process carbon prints. I am also interested in an  an account of a visit to George Washington Wilson's photographic factory in Aberdeen describing the house built for the…See More
Feb 16, 2015
Terry King commented on Adrienne Lundgren's blog post Frederick Evans Papers
"I have met a photographic dealer in Santa Fe, I think named Smith,  who has some  prints and papers. There is a retired successful photographer named Ford now living in Woodbridge who has Evans's notes for lectures to Camera Clubs. Dr…"
Feb 23, 2013
Terry King replied to Gavin Maitland's discussion Modern Daggeureotypists
"David Burder will take commissions. David is running a practical workshop at Hands-On Pictures in Richmond in September,see  http://www.hands-on-pictures.com/Workshops/page15/page15.html & www.hands-on-pictures.com"
Jul 17, 2012
Terry King replied to David Croft's discussion Photographic process misidentification rates in professional collections.
"One's own experience tends one to believe that often those classifying prints have not had sufficient training. One significant travelling international exhibition, despite the plate marks, had all the  large gravures labelled as platinum…"
Jun 6, 2012
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Terry King at Hands-On Pictures Studio

May 17, 2012 from 6pm to 7pm
We have a workshop on 12 & 13 June on  making prints on metal using asphaltum or, as Niepce called it, bitumen of Judea. We will treat one of the metal plates in such a way that the photograph will look like 'the first photograph' by Niepce now in the Harry Ransom Center in Austin. We may coat another plate over an aquatint and then etch and ink it to produce an image in ink on paper.We will also make prints onto leather in the style of Thomas Wedgwood as described in his 1804 paper to the…See More
May 17, 2012
Terry King replied to victoria bonet's discussion Photographic Societies
"I suggest asking this question on the PhotoHistory discussion list where there are a number of people with expertise specific to the history of photography in Spain."
Dec 10, 2010

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