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Photographic Amusements 
  
Curated by
Alan Griffiths
 
A visual exploration of the book
Walter E. Woodbury Photographic Amusements: including a description of a number of novel effects obtainable with the camera (New York: The Photographic Times Publishing Association, 1905) 
  
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Acknowledgements:  
  
Carl Mautz Vintage Photographs, Collection of Brad Feuerhelm, Collection of Michael G. Jacob, Early Image: 19th & Early 20th Century Photographs, Estate of Walter Chappell, George Eastman Museum, Google Books, Jefferson Stereoptics, Klotz / Sirmon Gallery, Larry Gottheim - Be-hold - Inc, Library of Congress - Prints and Photographs Division, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Missouri Historical Society, National Archive of the Netherlands / Nationaal Archief, National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ninteen-Thirteen: Art Antiques Artifacts, Private collection, Private collection, Private collection of Andrew Daneman, Private collection of Heinz-Werner Lawo, Private collection of Laddy Kite, Private collection of Pär Rittsel, Private collection of Richard Hart, Private collection of Richard O. Titus, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Stereographica - Antique Photographica, Stereoviews: Stereoviews and Fine 19th & 20th Century Antique Photographs, Steven Evans Vintage Photography, Swann Galleries - New York, The Thanatos Archive: Early Post Mortem and Memorial Photography, Un Livre Une Image, Vintage-Photos.
 
  
Themes 
  
Cameraless photographs 
Capturing motion 
Distortions 
Experimental and manipulated photography 
Multiple exposures 
  

 
 
  

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