Explaining and exploring photographic processes

If students are having a hard time distinguishing their autochrome from their photogram, here are three fantastic on-line resources that offer definitions and examples of photographic processes:

  • Historic Photographs, from the British Library, is an on-line gallery tour of photography “in its formative years.”
  • Exploring Photography, from the Victoria & Albert Museum, has a series of links to each process (from the beginning through digital) and various works from the V&A collection that illustrate each definition.
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