These are the artists from the first Powerpoint. If you want to review the images (and you should, you should look and look and look until you just can’t look anymore) the files are posted on the Courselink.
Gage and Betterton
George Eastman House’s photostream on Flickr. Excellent historic images.
Short video about the Autochrome process, from The ImageWorks in Rochester, NY.
Concise History of Color Photography with excellent images and text.
The George Eastman House: Notes on Photographs: An international forum for gathering information that enhances the communal understanding of the photographic print.
History and manufacture of Lantern Slides.
The scandal and possible truth surrounding Levi Hill who claimed to have invented color photography.
The above photo is by Alex Kisilevich. We will be looking at his work during class today.
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Dressing Gown, Julia Fullerton-Batten
As part of Technical Assignment One, we looked at the images of Julia Fullerton Batten. Here is an interview where she discusses the concepts and craft of her work.