Edward Sharp operated his photography studio at two locations in London between the 1880s and 1914. I wasn’t able to learn much about him. He may have been born in …
A Look at Henry Jestram's 1884 cabinet card portrait of a young sister and brother in Chicago, with strange history of his life
A list of pioneering cabinet card photographers in the small town of Newton, Kansas, with examples of their work.
See a historic advertisement for The Ray Camera Company, located in Rochester N.Y. published in the April-June 1899 issue of The Photo-Miniature Magazine.
Art Photography featured on page 12 of the May 20, 1900 San Francisco Call newspaper.
Looking at an antique cabinet card photograph by Carl Thiel of Duluth, Minnesota circa 1890-ish.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, the life and work of photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), who was nicknamed 'the shadow catcher' by Native Americans.
A running list of historic photography magazines with their masthead designs and links to scanned online sources where they can be read.
The story of Southworth & Hawes, America's early masters of daguerreotype portraits
Carleton Watkins set the standard by which all other Yosemite photographers were measured If I say the words “great Yosemite landscape photographer,” you’ll probably think of the legendary Ansel Adams. …