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|John Allen (1888, 20 November - ?) was born - Ireland, Belfast. |
Phil Bergerson (1947, 20 November - ) was born - Canada, Ontario, Toronto.
Chim (1911, 20 November - 1956, 10 November) was born - Warsaw, Poland. David Seymour. Photojournalist, war photographer and a founder member of Magnum in 1947.
Michael Kenna (1953, 20 November - ) was born - England, Lancashire, Widnes. Hauntingly wonderful landscape images. His 2003 book entitled ‘Japan‘ received rave reviews.
Sir Edward Bosc Sladen (1827, 20 November - 1890, 4 January) was born.
Miroslav Tichý (1926, 20 November - 2011, 12 April) was born - Czechoslovakia, Kyjov, Netcice. Czech photographer with a somewhat eccentric style recording with homemade cameras the women of his home town of Kyjov. His use of strange cameras made out of cardboard tubes and old tin cans along with his poorly printed voyeuristic works has made More...
Van Leo (1921, 20 November - 2002, 18 March) was born - Cilicia, Ceyhan (43 km east of Adana) (now Turkey}. Ethnic Armenian photographer who opened a photographic studio in Cairo in 1941. Since 1998 his
10,000 prints and negatives have been preserved at the American University of Cairo.
João Francisco Camacho (1833, 19 September - 1898, 20 November) died - Portugal, Lisbon. Portuguese photographer. His work included studies of the island of his birth - Madeira. Traveled widely in Europe and the United States. Settled in Lisbon in 1879 where a fire in 1880 destroyed a part of his collection.
Henry Draper (1837, 7 March - 1882, 20 November) died. Son of John William Draper and one of the great astronomical photographers of the nineteenth century with outstanding images of the moon. He was also a doctor like his father.
Hans Kaden (1890 (ca) - 1961, 20 November) died - US, NJ, Paramus.
Hugh Bladen Swiney (1843 - 1877, 20 November) died.
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| |Alexander Gardner
| ||American photographer who photographed the American Civil War - initially with Mathew Brady. In 1867 he became the Official Photographer of the Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division, which later became the Kansas Pacific.
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Masters of photography > Eugï¿½ne Atget
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Studios, graves, signatures, portraits of photographers, books and much much more - Luminous-Lint collects together ephemera and photographs related to the lives of photographers and there are many surprises in the archives.
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We collect electronic invitations from around the world and continually add to our archives as these are an often overlooked part of photo-history.
There are many extraordinary photographs by anonymous photographers and we include exhibitions and examples of this work so photobooth images, real photo postcards and pop photographica are all here.
Vernacular photography > Early Kodak camera formats