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Roy Hammans commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post Resource: the Creative Camera archive (and more)
"Thanks for posting this. @TonyRichards - I only wish I had the resources to scan every page of all 358 issues, so yes, still cover and contents only.  It took me over 10 years (and some expense) to track down every issue, so charging a modest…"
Jul 19, 2021

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At 21:39 on July 19, 2021, Ron Evans / ARPS said…

Hello Roy,

Out of curiosity, what are the scanning costs, as well as the time needed to scan just a single issue of Creative Camera?

Ron Evans / Virginia / USA

At 5:40 on February 3, 2018, Colin McLean said…

I was interested to read that you had contributed item to an exhibition about Edwin Smith. Perhaps I could explain my interest. I am a practicing architectural photographer, based near Edinburgh. I also studied architectural history at the University of Edinburgh. I am engaged in a project, which is to lead to an exhibition in Edinburgh City Art Centre in Spring 2019, for which I am reshooting and re-interpreting the 82 photographs made by Edwin Smith and published in 1966 in a book titled "The Making of Classical Edinburgh". This book, still in print, and Smith's photographs, were arguably the single most important events to stimulate the conservation of Edinburgh's Georgian New Town, now a World Heritage Site (along with the Old town).

I am therefore interested in Smith's work (I have a number of his books) and particularly interested to note that you had contributed a number of items to the exhibition mentioned elsewhere on this web site.

Colin McLean


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