Luminous-Lint - for collectors and connoisseurs of fine photography
LL/43546
Maison Susse Frère (manufacturer)
Susse Frére Daguerreotype camera
1839
Digital image
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
LL/43546 [Further details available]

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LL/6633
Samuel F.B. Morse
Morse Daguerreotype Camera
n.d.
 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
© 2005 National Museum of American History (Object ID: PG*000004)
 
LL/6633

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LL/34739
The Daguerreotype camera
1849
Book illustration
 
Google Books
 
LL/34739 [Further details available]

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LL/34653
The apparatus for the Daguerreotype
1853
Book illustration
 
Google Books
 
LL/34653 [Further details available]

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LL/32249
Thomas Smillie
Samuel F. B. Morse's Daguerreotype Equipment
1888
Cyanotype
8.1 x 9.9 in
 
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Thomas Smillie Collection (Record Unit 95), (Image ID: RU95_Box77_10625)
 
LL/32249

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LL/36731
John Thomson
One of the chests which the photographer John Thomson (1837-1921) used to carry his glass negatives. Wood and metal, 1800's.
1800s (chest)
Colour image
33 x 38 x 44 cm (box and lid)
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0051607, Iconographic Collection 644261i)
 
LL/36731 [Further details available]

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LL/9842
Advertisement for L.H. Griffin's Ambrotype and Photograph Rooms, 268 Washington St. Boston.
n.d.
Advert
 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880
 
LL/9842 [Further details available]

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LL/47566
Hermann Krone
Self-portrait by Hermann Krone (1827-1916)
1858
Photographic print
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
http://images.zeno.org/Fotografien/I/big/PHO02756.jpg (Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH)
 
LL/47566

8 of 44
LL/49010
Hermann Krone
Hermann Krone with his photography equipment
1858 (taken, later print)
Photograph
 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)
 
LL/49010

9 of 44
LL/45602
Nevil Story-Maskelyne
The camera of Nevil Story-Maskelyne
1852 (ca)
Salt print
8 x 10 cm (ca)
 
Private collection of Steffen Wolff
 
LL/45602 [Further details available]

11 of 44
LL/48300
George R. Lawrence
A camera designed by George R. Lawrence (1868-1938) and used to photograph a train of the Chicago & Alton railroad on the Chicago-St. Louis line for the 1900 Paris Exhibition
1900 (ca)
Gelatin silver print
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
LL/48300

12 of 44
LL/32225
Paul Martin
Camera Comparison
1940 (ca)
Gelatin silver print
 
LIFE
Paul Martin/Getty Images, 3315695
 
LL/32225 [Further details available]

13 of 44
LL/44771
Henry Clay Price (author)
[Woman taking a photograph]
1882
Book illustration
 
Cornell University Library
 
LL/44771 [Further details available]

14 of 44
LL/29703
John Benjamin Stone
The Camera Fiend, Searchlight of Greater Birmingham,1909
1909
 
Birmingham Central Library
Copyright: Birmingham Library and Archive Services
 
LL/29703 [Further details available]

15 of 44
LL/37110
Francis Benjamin Johnston
Interior of Frances Benjamin Johnston's studio at 1332 V St. NW, Washington, D.C., showing a large camera and props arranged for a portrait
1900 (ca)
Cyanotype
 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsc-04831 (digital file from original) LC-USZ62-83155 (b&w film copy neg.)
 
LL/37110

16 of 44
LL/44077
Unidentified photographer
Bob Dorman
1923
Gelatin silver print?
 
Collection Jim Linderman - Dull Tool Dim Bulb
 
LL/44077

17 of 44
LL/13876
Keystone View Company
#8288 Looking north up Fifth Ave., past Flatiron Bldg and Madison Sq., New York
n.d.
Stereoview, detail
 
Jefferson Stereoptics
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tues. August 29th & Thurs. August 31st, 2006, # 06-3, Lot 752)
 
LL/13876

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LL/15239
Kodak No 1 camera
n.d.
 
Location and source information requested
 
LL/15239

19 of 44
LL/13117
Kodak, Beau Brownie no. 2 in blue
1930
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/4)
 
LL/13117

20 of 44
LL/43032
The Eastman Dry Plate and Film Co. (Rochester, N.Y.)
The Kodak Camera. Anybody can use the Kodak.
n.d.
Advert
 
Google Books
 
LL/43032

21 of 44
LL/43030
The Eastman Company (Rochester, N.Y.)
New Kodak Cameras. "You press the button, we do the rest."
n.d.
Advert
 
Google Books
 
LL/43030

22 of 44
LL/43031
The Eastman Company (Rochester, N.Y.)
New Kodak Cameras. "You press the button, we do the rest."
n.d.
Advert
 
Google Books
 
LL/43031

23 of 44
LL/6901
Fred Church
George Eastman on board S.S. Gallia
1890, February
Albumen print, Kodak #2 snapshot
9.1 cm (diameter)
 
George Eastman Museum
Courtesy of George Eastman House, Gift of Margaret Weston (GEH NEG:5253)
 
LL/6901 [Further details available]

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LL/40700
Crocker (Corning, N.Y.)
Men with a Kodak 2 camera
1892 (ca or later)
Cabinet card
 
Private collection of Nigel Maister
 
LL/40700

25 of 44
LL/43806
Kodak Canadian Kodak Co., Limited (Toronto, Canada)
Cover for "Picture Taking with the Nos. 2 and 2A Brownie Cameras" (Toronto: Canadian Kodak Co., Limited, 1930)
1930
Booklet cover
 
Private collection of John S. Rochon
 
LL/43806

26 of 44
LL/43548
Unidentified photographer
Oskar Barnack
1936
Gelatin silver print
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
LL/43548 [Further details available]

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LL/43547
Leica Microsystems (fruher Ernst-Leitz)
UR-Leica (1913/1914)
1914 (camera) 2006 (image uploaded)
Digital image
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
Courtesy of Leica
 
LL/43547 [Further details available]

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LL/43549
Unidentified photographer
Leica prototype camera (1923)
n.d.
Digital image
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
LL/43549 [Further details available]

29 of 44
LL/38215
Neal White
Jacques Henri Lartigue
1974
Gelatin silver print
 
Provided by the artist - Neal White
© Neal White 1974
 
LL/38215

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LL/26034
Leni Riefenstahl
Self portrait of Len Riefenstahl with Leica camera
1939
 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)
Courtesy of Jan Weijers
 
LL/26034 [Further details available]

31 of 44
LL/44359
Yasumasa Morimura
Self-Portrait (Vivien Holding Camera)
1996-1997
Gelatin silver print
17 1/2 x 12 1/2 ins (44.5 x 31.8 cm)
 
Swann Galleries - New York
Sale 2257 Lot 289
 
LL/44359 [Further details available]

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LL/25844
Todd Webb
Georgia O'Keeffe with her Leica
1966 (taken) 1984 (print)
Gelatin silver print
12 x 10.75 in
 
Carl Mautz Vintage Photographs
 
LL/25844

33 of 44
LL/33522
Ilse Bing
Self-Portrait with Leica
1931 (taken) 1988 (print)
Gelatin silver print
26.2 x 28.8 cm
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Courtesy of Bassenge, Berlin (Photography, Dec 2, 2009, Sale: 94, Lot: 4133)
 
LL/33522 [Further details available]

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LL/32226
Kurt Hutton
Photographic Diver
1939, 2 September
Gelatin silver print
 
LIFE
Kurt Hutton/Getty Images, 3311037
 
LL/32226 [Further details available]

35 of 44
LL/26035
Ed Van der Elsken
Self portrait of Ed van der Elsken with his wife Ata Kando (and his Leica), Paris
1952
 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)
Courtesy of Jan Weijers
 
LL/26035

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LL/27370
Ilse Bing
Me in the mirror with Leica
1931 (taken) 1992 (print)
Gelatin silver print
8 7/8 x 13 3/8 in (22.5 x 34 cm)
 
Phillips de Pury - New York
Courtesy of Phillips De Pury - NY (31 Jan 2008, Lot 120)
 
LL/27370 [Further details available]

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LL/27890
Ralph Bartholomew
Kodak Advertisement
1948
Gelatin silver print
9 ¢ x 11 ¢ in (image) 15 x 12 ¢ in (paper)
 
Larry Gottheim, Be-hold, Inc
Courtesy of Larry Gottheim (Auction: March 13, 2008, 51, part 2 / lot 181)
 
LL/27890 [Further details available]

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LL/47523
Alex Binder (Berlin)
Girl with camera (Agfa Karat)
1939
Photographic print
 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius)
 
LL/47523

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LL/31658
Pete Smith
1984 Platin Edition of Rolleiflex camera. the 500 cameras were modeled after the Rolleiflex that Fritz Henle used in the 1930s.
n.d.
 
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin
© Fritz Henle Estate, Image courtesy of Harry Ransom Center.
 
LL/31658

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LL/43434
Unidentified photographer
Therese Bonney wearing medal
1942, February
Gelatin silver print
 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia
 
LL/43434 [Further details available]

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LL/34358
Don McCullin
Don McCullin's Nikon F camera, damaged by a Khmer Rouge AK47 bullet at Prey Veng, Cambodia.
1970
Colour image
 
Imperial War Museum
Photograph © Imperial War Museum
 
LL/34358 [Further details available]

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LL/6971
The new M2A Capsule, a pill endoscope, created by Given Imaging Ltd
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/6971

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Contents - Themes & Fragments
Advertising - Advertising photography
Albumen prints - Albumen prints
Amateur photography - Introduction to amateur photography
Amateur photography - Kodak advertising
Ambrotypes - Ambrotypes: Advertisements
Cabinet cards - Cabinet cards: Photographica
Camera stands and tripods - Camera stands and tripods
Cameras - Camera developments and street photography
Cameras - Daguerreotype cameras
Cameras - Historical changes in the size of cameras
Cameras - Snapshot cameras
Cameras - The Kodak Camera
Carte de visite - Carte de visites: Photographica
Cyanotypes - Cyanotypes: Examples
Cyanotypes - Francis Benjamin Johnston: Cyanotypes
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype apparatus (1853)
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype cameras
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype equipment
Equipment - Daguerreotype apparatus (1853)
Equipment - Daguerreotype cameras
Equipment - Daguerreotype equipment
Equipment - Introduction to equipment
Gelatin silver prints - Gelatin silver prints: Photographica
Germany - Leni Riefenstahl: The creation of the myths of National Socialism
Illustrated magazines - The technologies that allowed photojournalism to flourish
Interiors of photographic studios - Illustrations of the interiors of nineteenth century photographic shops and studios
Interiors of photographic studios - Photographs of the interiors of photographic shops and studios
Kodak - Introduction to Kodak
Kodak - Kodak advertising
Kodak - Snapshot cameras
Kodak - The Kodak Camera
Land transportation - Trains, railroads and railways
Medical - Contemporary medical imaging
Museums - Thomas Smillie: Museum objects
Non-canonical photography - Non-canonical examples
Oceanography and underwater photography - Divers
Photographers - Illustrations of people taking photographs
Photographers - Photographs of people taking photographs
Photographers - Self portraits of photographers
Photographic studios - Features of photographic studios: Skylights
Photographic studios - Illustrations of the interiors of nineteenth century photographic shops and studios
Photographic studios - Photographs of the interiors of photographic shops and studios
Photojournalism - The technologies that allowed photojournalism to flourish
Portrait - Introduction to the portrait
Propaganda - Leni Riefenstahl: The creation of the myths of National Socialism
Railways - Trains, railroads and railways
Rooms and their contents - Kitchens
Scientific - Contemporary scientific imagery
Self-portraits - Self portraits of photographers
Snapshots - Kodak advertising
Snapshots - Snapshot cameras
Snapshots - The Kodak Camera
Street - Camera developments and street photography
Surveillance - Introduction to surveillance
Trends - The rise of digital photography
Women photographers - Introduction to women photographers
Women photographers - Leni Riefenstahl: The creation of the myths of National Socialism


 
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