Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
In the nineteenth century, Scotland was a pioneer of photography. A leading practitioner was George Washington Wilson, whose innovations in stereoscopic photography created some of the most captivating 3D images. Join photographic historians Dr Brian May and Professor Roger Taylor as they trace Wilson’s career, show key examples of his work using a stunning new 3D projection system and present their accompanying book, George Washington Wilson, Artist and Photographer, published by the London Stereoscopic Company.
For those unable to attend the book is available from 20 July, published by the London Stereoscopic Co. It is a heavily revised and updated version of Taylor's original 1981 publication.
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