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Daguerreotypes - Photographers of note

 
Daguerreotypes needed to be encased behind glass and did not lend themselves to direct publication, although many attempts were made to process them to enable them to be used as printing plates. The greatest of the early publications based on them was undoubtedly the 'Excursions daguerriennes' (1840-1844) of NoŽl-Marie Paymal Lerebours. Several of the plates used for this were produced using an etching process developed by Armand Hippolyte Louis Fizeau (1819-1896), but the plates still required extensive retouching by hand. The other plates used in the work, and almost all other published works from daguerreotypes were made either by direct hand engraving onto a daguerreotype plate, or, more usually, by tracing the image onto a copper plate that was manually engraved.
 
Daguerre
 
Dr John W Draper
 
Samuel F B Morse
 
Alexander S Wolcott (Wolcott & Johnson)
 
Albert Sands Southworth & Josiah Johnson Hawes
 
Matthew B Brady
 
Edward Anthony
 
William & Frederick Langenheim
 
John Jabez Edwin Mayall
 
Richard Beard
 
William Edward Kilburn
 
Cornelius Jabez Hughes
 
Antoine Claudet
 
N. M. P. Lerebours
 
Horace Vernet
 
Frederic Goupil Fesquet
 
Joseph Philibert Girault de Prangey
 
Freidrich Martens
 
Bisson Freres
 
Herman Biow
 
Carl Ferdinand Stelzner
 
Johann Baptist Isenring 
  
 
  

Daguerreotypes - Example photographers

 
2306 photographers using this technique are included on this website 
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Other:  
Allen, A.M.
Other: Amos Morrel Allen 
Allen, C.V.
Other: Charles V. Allen 
Alstrup, Mads
Anson, Rufus P.
Other: Rufus Anson 
Anthony, Edward
Other: E. Anthony 
Joint: E. & H.T. Anthony & co. 
Asser, Eduard Isaac
Aubanel, Napoleon
Babbitt, Platt D.
Born: Platt Delascus Babbitt 
Joint: Babbitt & Tugby 
Bailly-Maitre-Grand, Patrick
Baker, Isaac Wallace
Other: Isaac W. Baker 
Baker and Co, F.W.
Other: F. Baker 
Other: F.W. Baker 
Ball, James Presley
Other: J.P. Ball 
Joint: Ball & Thomas 
Barnard, George N.
Joint: Barnard & Gibson 
Joint: Mathew Brady's Studio 
Bayard, Hippolyte
Joint: Bayard & Bertall 
Beals, A.J.
Other: Albert J. Beals 
Beard, Richard
Joint: Sharp & Beard 
Includes: Richard Beard Studio 
Becquerel, Edmond
Born: Alexandre-Edmond Becquerel 
Other: Alexandre Edmond Becquerel 
Other: Ed. Becquerel 
Bell, William H.
Other: William Bell 
Belloc, Auguste
Born: Joseph Auguste Belloc 
Other: A. Belloc 

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