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Henry Peach Robinson 'Here They Come!' 1859
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Can anyone advise me as to where I could get a reproduction of this image for publication (in a scholarly anthology)? It is in Margaret Harker's monograph on Robinson as plate 32 but is listed as…Continue

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Atget's camera and negatives
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I am researching Eugene Atget and wish to know more about how the camera that he used would have contributed to the distinctive appearance of his photographs. I have only just started my research so…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Wallace Nov 1, 2013.

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Steven Evans replied to Dr Juliet Hacking's discussion Henry Peach Robinson 'Here They Come!' 1859
"Hello again, Dr. Hacking, So I guess as far as Sotheby's is concerned, "here they aren't." Sorry about the misdirection and good luck with your research.""
Jul 2
Dr Juliet Hacking replied to Dr Juliet Hacking's discussion Henry Peach Robinson 'Here They Come!' 1859
"Thanks so much for this. Do you have any idea about where the unsold material went? "
Jul 2
Michael Pritchard replied to Dr Juliet Hacking's discussion Henry Peach Robinson 'Here They Come!' 1859
"Hi, Juliet. A lot of Margaret's property was sold at auction but this image doesn't seem to have been amongst it. "
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Henry Peach Robinson 'Here They Come!' 1859

Can anyone advise me as to where I could get a reproduction of this image for publication (in a scholarly anthology)? It is in Margaret Harker's monograph on Robinson as plate 32 but is listed as only in Harker's own collection.Robinson%20Here%20They%20Come.jpg  See More
Jul 1
Dr Juliet Hacking commented on Paula Fleming's blog post Identification: Possible group Photographic Society of London with F.S. Archer? and R. Fenton?
"A wild guess: the man far right could be Robert Hunt? You would need to ask Dr James Ryan at the Royal College of Art, he is a specialist in…"
Feb 2
Ian Wallace replied to Dr Juliet Hacking's discussion Atget's camera and negatives
"Juliet, You might like to have a look at the readily available Taschen book by Hans Christian Adam,  He does not answer the questions directly but does note Adget used a wooden camera that took 18cm x 24cm glass plates. The distinctive…"
Nov 1, 2013
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Atget's camera and negatives

I am researching Eugene Atget and wish to know more about how the camera that he used would have contributed to the distinctive appearance of his photographs. I have only just started my research so apologies if I have overlooked an obvious source. At the moment all discussion is about his use of glass negatives and mainly albumen prints. I understand that he got his negatives from Lumiere bros - do we know what type of negative they were?See More
Oct 30, 2013
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"Congrats on all, Juliet!  Please make sure you send on your book for review in the E-Photo Newsletter.  I would love to see it.  And congrats on your little one."
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At 20:59 on September 21, 2011, Alex Novak said…

Congrats on all, Juliet!  Please make sure you send on your book for review in the E-Photo Newsletter.  I would love to see it.  And congrats on your little one.

 
 
 

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