The March 2022 Snap Shots features Eric Luden, CEO of Digital Silver Imaging, who will present “Tips on Digitizing Your Archive” Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 7:30PM on Zoom. Among his tips are scanning do’s and don’ts for a successful archiving project along with a Q&A. Other items in this issue include: Photographica 89 will take place all day Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Newton North High School, 457 Walnut St., Newton, MA, with more details to come; new research from the Library of Congress on early photographic history, which uncovered a high concentration of women photographers in the Midwest in the nineteenth century; PHSNE members sorting auction items discovered an unusual Kodak DCS 14n full-frame digital camera from the early 2000s; a last-chance online auction including deaccessioned images from the MET at Christie’s opening on March 23 and closing on April 5, 2022; and finally, an article on photomicrographs taken on 10×12-inch glass plates by Arthur Smith in 1909, plus another article on Decayed Daguerreotypes, both in the online publication Public Domain Review.
(above) Robert Frank, Parade, Hoboken New Jersey, 1955
What the heck…
Are Those Even Cameras?!
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