Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
The Daguerreian Society is offering a new series of weekly online Zoom lectures that span the history, artistry, and technology of the daguerreotype and other 19th century photographs. We already have an impressive slate of talks by renowned experts, collection tours, and other topics as they develop. We will add new talks here as they are scheduled.
The first short introduction to the talk series on Saturday, May 30 introduced The Daguerreian Society and offered Q&A around our lecture series.
Unless otherwise noted, each week a $25.00 tax-deductible donation to The Daguerreian Society (a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 organization) will enable participation in the Zoom presentation.
On the morning of the talk each participant will receive an email with Zoom login information including a unique passcode that we ask you not to share. Access to each talk will be by screen, not by person, so you can invite others to join you in person as you watch the presentation.
In addition, participants will be able to access a video of the presentation, made available a few days after the presentation itself. Access to each video is via password sent the day of the presentation. If you are unable to attend a presentation live, you can donate for it later, be sent the password, and watch on your own schedule. If you donate but misplace your password, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a replacement.
If you have ideas or specific interests for future presentations, please email email@example.com, post in our "The Daguerreian Society" Facebook Group, or add to the blog on The Daguerreian Society's web site https://www.daguerreiansociety.org/.
The next three Presentation topics Saturday at 1:30 pm EDT:
June 27: Southworth and Hawes
With Mike Robinson and Grant Romer.
July 4th: Images of people who were born during the Revolutionary War and lived through the Daguerreian Era. Joe Bauman. (Free to Daguerreian Society members)
July 11th: French daguerreotypes. Malcolm Daniel.
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