Daguerreotypes

Early Photography: Making Daguerreotypes

The daguerreotype is a one-of-a-kind, highly detailed photographic image on a polished copper plate coated with silver. It was the first popular photographic ...

The Daguerreotype - Photographic Processes Series - Chapter 2 of 12

PLEASE NOTE, AN UPDATED VERSION OF THIS VIDEO IS AVAILABLE ON OUR CHANNEL. The first commercially successful photographic process was ...

The making of a daguerreotype

Look at how a daguerreotype is made, Rob McElroy's expertise in producing fine daguerreotypes is awesome. Thanks for this unforgettable photographic ...

Making a daguerreotype

This video was created by Anton Orlov to better explain the process of making a daguerreotype. http://orlovphoto.com/ Filmed by www.justinrichardphoto.com.

The Photographs of Louis Daguerre

The Man Who Introduced Photography to the World: The Photographs of Louis Daguerre A large collection of Louis Daguerre photographs gathered together in ...

American Daguerreotype Portraits From the 1840's

Daguerreotype portraits of identified and unidentified people in the United States taken during the 1840's. Sources: Library of Congress, Getty. Tags: studio ...

Photoshop: How to Create the Look of an Aged, Antique, Daguerreotype Photo

Photoshop CC 2018 tutorial showing how to transform a contemporary color photo into the look of an aged, antique, 19th century daguerreotype. Subscribe to ...

The daguerreotype and the beginnings of photography

Fox Talbot Museum Curator Roger Watson discusses who was the true inventor or photography. Part of The Lives of Great Photographers exhibition in 2011.

HISTORY IN COLOR! - 1840s & 1850s - Daguerreotypes Colorized

American Photo Colorizing.com is the only Museum-Quality photo colorizing studio on the Worldwide Web. Here is a collection of daguerreotypes from the ...

Antique Photographs and Photography - Identifying Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, and Tintypes

A quick tutorial on the history of early photography and how to identify a daguerreotype, ambrotype, or tintype. chamberlainantiques.com.

Photographer Binh Danh-Modern Daguerreotypes

Meet the photographer behind these blue skies and dream-like images! Photographer Binh Dahn creates one-of-a-kind images known as Daguerreotypes.

Cased Images Daguerreotypes and Tintypes

Just what is the difference between a daguerreotype and a tintype? Photo curator Diane Adams-Graf explains what distinguishes these two early photographic ...

Daguerreotype Cases - A Mini-Guide for Collectors (Adele Kenny)

Brief History and Images of Daguerreian Era Photographs and Photographic Case Art.

Photography: A Victorian Sensation – Scottish daguerreotypes

Dr Alison Morrison Low, Principal Curator of Science, National Museums Scotland, talks about daguerreotype portraits in Scotland and the work of Thomas ...

Photoshop Tutorial: DAGUERREOTYPE. How to Make a New Photo look Old.

Photoshop tutorial showing how to transform a new photo into looking like an old, Daguerreotype photo from the 19th century. Get up to 20% off Photoshop + ...

Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital by Todd Gustavson

Eastman House Technology Curator Todd Gustavson takes us behind the scenes of the creation of his book.

Conservation Science & the Daguerreotype

Tracing the history of the daguerreotype from Paris to Philadelphia, this lecture explores the various improvements made to Daguerre's process and the ways in ...

Jerry Spagnoli Demonstrates Making a Daguerreotype

Jerry Spagnoli is an acknowledged expert in the field of Daguerreotype photography. This six minute video gives a hint of how Jerry goes about making one of ...

Contemporary Daguerreotype of the Capitol

Follow the early photographic process of making a daguerreotype of the Capitol with contemporary daguerreotypist, Mike Robinson, explaining the technique.

American Daguerreotype Portraits of Women From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 1

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of identified and unidentified women in the United States taken during the 1840's and 1850's. By photographers such as ...

Early Daguerreotype Portraits by Dutch Photographer Eduard Isaac Asser From the 1840's

A collection of daguerreotype family portraits by Dutch photographer Eduard Isaac Asser taken during the 1840's. Source: Rijksmuseum. charlotte asser, ...

#5 Photo Espresso: Daguerreotype

Go to http://smibs.tv/PE for more episodes of Photo Espresso. Peter talks to daguerreotype expert Mike Robinson.

American Daguerreotype Portraits of Men From the 1840's and 1850's

A collection of American daguerreotype portraits of unidentified and partly identified men from the 1840's and 1850's. Source: Library of Congress. Tags: francis ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Early American Generals by Mathew Brady (1840's/1850's)

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of generals and brevetted generals who fought in early American wars in the late 1700's and early to mid 1800's.

The Earliest Photographs of Europe (1839-1845)

A collection of the earliest outdoor photographs with people in them taken in Europe in the early 1840's. All of the photographs are either daguerreotypes or salt ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Prominent Americans Born in the 1760's and 1770's

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of American politicians, military men, religous leaders, an artist and a businessman who were born in the 1760's and ...

looking at a daguerreotype

Today we look at an old daguerreotype.

The Past Again: Reflections of the Daguerreotype

Grant Romer, world-renowned photography authority and former Director of Conservation for the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman ...

The science of making a daguerreotype

Colin Harding, our Curator of Photographs & Photographic Technology, explains the scientific process of making a daguerreotype, one of the earliest ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Early American Presidents (1840s/1850's)

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of early American presidents taken during the 1840's and 1850's. Some are retouched copies of the original ...

Wet Plate Process & Other Mid 19th Century Photographic Advances

This video explains the emergence of the wet plate process in the 1850s that supplanted the daguerreotype and calotype processes, as well as the mid 19th ...

Father of Photography statue -- Louis Daguerre

Louis Daguerre invented one of the very first photographic process to become commercially available to the public, and is arguably therefore the reason, or one ...

Occupational Daguerreotype Portraits From The 1840's and 1850's: Part 2

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of carpenters, sailors, shopkeepers, drivers, clergymen, chemists, and people from other professions wearing their works ...

Daguerreotype Gilding Process with Jerry Spagnoli

The Photographer's Formulary hosts Alternative Process Photography workshops every Summer from June to September. Visit: http://www.workshopsinmt.com ...

Part 1: Victorian Era (1837 to 1901) Post-Mortem Photographs

Post-mortem photography is the practice of photographing a person who have just passed away. This way of preserving a departed loved one's memory have ...

American Daguerreotype Portraits of Victorian Women From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 2

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of identified and unidentified women in the United States taken during the 1840's and 1850's. By photographers including ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Victorian Gentlemen by Mathew Brady From the 1840's and 1850's

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of unidentified men taken by Mathew Brady in his studios in Washington, D.C., and New York City in the 1840's and ...

Contemporary Daguerreotype Portrait

Follow the early photographic process of daguerreotype portraiture with contemporary daguerreotypist, Mike Robinson.

Daguerreotype Portraits of Victorian Women From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 2

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of unidentified Victorian era women taken in Europe and the United States in the 1840's and 1850's. Source: ...

Contemporary Daguerreotype Portrait with Voice Over

Follow the early photographic process of daguerreotype portraiture with contemporary daguerreotypist, Mike Robinson, explaining the technique.

Sun Pictures: Henry Fox Talbot and the First Photographs | Pioneers of Photography

The invention of the photograph, in 1839, would forever change the way people looked at the world. But this extraordinary breakthrough cannot be credited to a ...

The Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens

The Daguerreotype Achromat (https://bit.ly/2PeRMm3) is directly inspired by the world's first photographic optic lens – a 19th century invention created for the ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Victorian Era Men From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 2

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of Victorian era men taken in Europe and North America during the 1840's and 1850's. Source: Rijksmuseum. history ...

Occupational Daguerreotype Portraits From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 3

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of firemen, hunters, carpenters, nurses, performers, and people from other professions wearing their works clothes and ...

Daguerreotype Portraits of Victorian Gentlemen by Mathew Brady From the 1840's and 1850's: Part 2

A collection of daguerreotype portraits of unidentified and partially identified men taken by Mathew Brady in his studios in Washington, D.C., and New York City ...

3D Stereoscopic Daguerreotype Portraits From The 1850's

A collection of stereoscopic daguerreotype portraits from the 1850's which I animated. The first few subjects are famous and the rest were probably wealthy ...

The Nanotechnology of the Daguerreotype

credit: Cincinnati Waterfront Daguerreotype Panorama, Fontayne and Porter, daguerreotypists, 1848 // Owned by the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton ...

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