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Mary Cuperr commented on JOHN ROBERTSON's photo


"Nice shot. Especially the light and texture"
Jul 15, 2021
Mary Cuperr commented on Steve Gill's photo

1842 Daguerreotype

"Very nice shots. Continue to celebrate the photography"
Jun 10, 2021
Mary Cuperr commented on Nancy Reinhold's photo

Scottish? horse and rider

"All photos are beautiful. Thank you for this thread."
May 13, 2021
Mary Cuperr commented on Ellen Carey's photo


"Wow! Just awesome and I really like these colorful shots, thanks."
Feb 4, 2021
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Romney Marsh Dymchurch Road

"Some interesting info on here, good to read and some cool shots, thanks."
Dec 3, 2020
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Promotion for Nuro

"thanks, this is very useful information! I can't wait to be able to use it in practice."
Oct 1, 2020
Mary Cuperr joined Dick Wood's group

Researching British expatriates

A group for people interested in British expatriates who photographed in their adopted countries, or were photographed in their adopted countries.See More
Jul 9, 2020
Mary Cuperr commented on Nuno de Avelar Pinheiro's group Portuguese Photography
"Amazing tips, thanks! You inspire me to make new masterpieces!"
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Portuguese Photography

A Group for everyone interessed in History of Portuguese PhotographySee More
Apr 9, 2020
Mary Cuperr commented on Nicolas's group The Bronte Sisters Photo
"I like what you are saying, thanks for the info! I would also like to share this article"
Jul 29, 2019
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The Bronte Sisters Photo

A Bronte MysteryThere are no known photographs of the Bronte sisters but a photo with "The Bronte Sisters" written on the reverse in French was discovered in France in 2011.The photo is a collodion so if these are the sisters then it could only be a copy of a daguerreotype. A photographer living in France, John Stewart of Pau, visited Haworth Parsonage in 1856 and 1857 to photograph the portrait of Charlotte Bronte.If it is a copy then the original photo must have been taken before Emily Bronte…See More
Jul 29, 2019

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