192 rare images from the first 75 years of photography are reproduced in full-color and stunning duotone in the book

PHOTOGRAPHY'S BEGINNINGS: A VISUAL HISTORY.

This deluxe hardcover presents a wide range of remarkable photographs--many one-of-a-kind, many unpublished anywhere else.

Among the great photographers whose works are included: Julia Margaret Cameron, Hill & Adamson, W. H. F. Talbot, Eadweard Muybridge, Mathew Brady, Gertrude Kasebier, Nadar, Southworth & Hawes, and Clarence H. White.

Noted photographic historian Dr. Naomi Rosenblum called Photography's Beginnings "A VISUAL DELIGHT" and wrote:
Handsomely designed and elegantly printed on heavy stock by a multi-tone process, this publication reproduces a seductive array of daguerreotypes, calotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, albumen prints and platinum prints...

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Photography's Beginnings is 9-1/2" x 10-1/2", clothbound, and was published by University of New Mexico Press in association with Oakland University ( ISBN 0-8263-1248-9). It contains essays by John B. Cameron and Wm. B. Becker and an introduction by Heinz K. Henisch.

Photography's Beginnings sells at a premium on the out-of-print market--when a used copy can be located. A very limited number of NEW hardcovers are available through this exclusive offering from the American Museum of Photography's Online Book Store.

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