History Of Archive

10 Years Of Digital M From Leica

Leica Camera AG are in 2016 celebrating ten years of M-Photography in the digital age The Leica M8 launched in 2006 but the Leica M9, introduced three years later, was the first digital Leica rangefinder camera with a full-frame sensor. In 2016, no less than five Leica M digital rangefinder cameras are available, including the […]

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Social Documentary Photography In Britain

An Ideal For Living – Class, Culture and Identity through social documentary photography in Britain Showing at Beetles And Huxley London until September 17 2016 and featuring the work of 29 photographers including Bill Brandt, Bruce Davidson, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt and Peter Dench. The exhibition focuses on social documentary photography in Britain since the […]

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Julia Margaret Cameron London Exhibition 2015

Julia Cameron – great-great-granddaughter of Julia Margaret Cameron – talks about the renowned 19th century British photographer in anticipation of an exhibit in London Julia Margaret Cameron Exhibition V&A Museum, London 28 November 2015 – 14 February 2016 From the exhibitor’s website: To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879), one […]

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Film Photography Before Photoshop – Photoshop 25th Anniversary

Join lynda.com as they celebrate 25 years of Photoshop Photoshop training has been integral to lynda.com training for two decades. Now you can watch accomplished artists share their processes and join lynda.com authors for a retrospect of Photoshop in its 25th anniversary year. These include actual film photography darkroom demonstrations showing how things were done […]

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Found Photography – Other People’s Pictures

The Found Film Project consists of an online archive gallery of photographs captured on film between the 1930’s and late 1990’s All photographs were recovered from undeveloped rolls of found film contributed by people from all around the world. Over 70 years ago, an American WWII soldier filled 31 rolls of film with pictures. The […]

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