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Photographic Retailer Catalogue 1870

Illustrated descriptive price list of Photographic Apparatus sold by E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., 591 Broadway, New York.

The best is the cheapest.

Dallmeyer Lenses

The first requirement, in making Photographs of great merit, whether for Portraiture, Landscapes, Architectural views, or Copying, is a lens that, in good hands, promises the best results. Those who excel uniformly select Dallmeyer lenses, and pronounce them indespensable.

The Patent Portrait combinations have an adjustment of the back lens, by which a diffusion of focus, or depth of definition is obtained. This is not found in any other make. They also have a full set of Waterhouse Diaphragms in Morocco Cases.

Found: antiquecameras.net, Accessed Sep 5, 2013

LINHOF 4 x 5 SUPER TECHNIKA

Advertisement 1960

Greatest 4 x 5 camera ever built. The one camera which has virtually every feature that the most skilled and creative photographer will ever need.

Found: Flickr user 'Nesster', Accessed Jan 6, 2013

LINHOF SUPER TECHNIKA 4X5

Aztec Creek, Glen Canyon, Utah – Blue/Gold Colors Reflected, 1962, Eliot Porter

© Estate of Eliot Porter 

Found: U of Wyoming Art Museum, Accessed Jan 05, 2013

THe 20”x 24” POLAROID CAMERA

Eye-On, 1994, by William Wegman

© William Wegman

Found: Blue Star Blog, Accessed May 12, 2012

POLAROID 20” X 24” CAMERA

Ad c. 1970’s

Found: Stanstudio. Accessed Oct 19, 2012

POLAROID 20 X 24” CAMERA

Interview with Elsa Dorfman: functional tour of the camera with a little contextual history thrown in to the narrative. Producer unknown, date unknown.

Found: You TubeUploaded by ‘polaroidjoe Accessed Oct 19, 2012

THE LEICA 1

Interview with curator Olga Sviblova at the time of the Rodchenko retrospective exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London by The Guardian, 2008.

Found: You TubeUploaded by ‘ Accessed Oct 17, 2012

THE LEICA 1

Alexander Rodchenko, portrait with his Leica 1, date unknown

© unknown

Found: Photoforager, accessed Oct 16, 2012

THE LEICA 1

‘Girl with a Leica’ by Alexander Rodchenko, 1934

© Estate of Rodchenko

Found: Fedka, Accessed Oct 14, 2012

LINHOF Bi-Kardan

Milk, 1984, Jeff Wall

© Jeff Wall

Found: Photography Fun at NDMOA, Accessed July 25, 2012

LINHOF BI-KARDAN

Short video by SFMOMA with Jeff Wall talking about his practice, 2010

"I begin by not photographing"

Found: You TubeUploaded by ‘Accessed July 25, 2012

linhof kardan

Cover instruction manual 1960’s

Found: iscanmanuals.com, accessed July 25, 2012

CANON 7

Queen Magazine, 1965, by Brian Duffy

© Estate of Brian Duffy

Found: artwednesday.com, Accessed July 24, 2012

CANON 7

Australian 10sec TV ad by Fontana Films for R.H. Everingham, 1965

Found: You TubeUploaded by ‘Accessed July 24, 2012

THE LEICA I

‘Le chien concierge’ by Andre Kertesz, 1926

© Estate of Andre Kertesz

Found: The Blue Lantern, Accessed July 24, 2012

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