John Falconer, British Library
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia
Photographer, Cumballa Hill, Bombay, (1902) (Maclean’s Guide to Bombay).
[Not checked 1891-1901]. Also in 1890s.
Anonymous description of Shapoor N. Bhedwar’s Bombay studio in British Journal of Photography, vol 39, 1892, p. 726, An Indian Studio: describes his 15x12 ‘enlargements on bromide paper, some of these being beautifully printed in colours...Mr Bhedwar apparently uses no glazed surface paper, but confines himself solely to prints on plain paper toned with platinum, which process gives his productions every chance of permanence, even in such damp heat as Bombay enjoys.’