RE: OT, Historical Photo Question

From: Loris Medici ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/10/05-10:52:50 PM Z
Message-id: <000a01c5ce1f$a2160fb0$f402500a@altinyildiz.boyner>

Another master of combination printing is: Henry Peach Robinson...

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From: Katharine Thayer []
Sent: 10 Ekim 2005 Pazartesi 14:09
Subject: Re: OT, Historical Photo Question

Hi Dan,
This is known as "combination printing" and was used to great effect by,
for example, Gustav le Gray in the mid-19th century. According to
Beaumont Newhall's classic history of photography, rather than the two
plates being "melded" as you suggest, "The two negatives were masked;
part of the print was made from one, and part from the other." Hope
that's helpful, Katharine

Dan Burkholder wrote:
> Sorry to clutter the list with this but I don't know of a more
> knowledgeable group to ask. A friend sent the following inquiry so any

> info is much appreciated and will be forwarded to him with the
> appropriate credit line:
> > Some "old time" black and white photographers use to take two
> > photographs, one for foreground and one for sky and "meld" them some

> > how into one plate (back in the days of glass plates). Just at a
> > talk with Robert Glenn Ketchum who was talking about it. Do you know

> > what photographers there were, the name of the process and where I
> > might find out more info on it?
Received on Mon Oct 10 22:49:00 2005

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