The Americas First Look into the Camera: Daguerreotype Portraits and Views, 1839 - 1864, collection contains 600 portrait photographs, including many by the Mathew Brady Studio architectural views outdoor scenes and occupational portraits.
www.finedags.com and www.daggreetings.com are sites dedicated to promoting the historical and artistic importance of daguerreotypes. There are scholarly articles daguerreotypes and greeting cards for sale.
These two albums of the Edinburgh Calotype Club, the first photographic club in the world, are among the earliest photograph albums in the world ever assembled. They contain over 300 images by a group of pioneering Scottish photographers working in Edinburgh and St. Andrews.
Scully & Osterman Studio. the Ostermans have evolved as respected historians and modern masters of the wet-plate collodion process. The current artistic revival of collodion photography is a direct result of their influence by publishing and exhibiting their work, teaching workshops and tutorials, and writing on the subject. They are both represented by Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York City.
Steven Evans Vintage Photography. a wide variety of 19th - century photographic images produced by known and anonymous photographers from around the world. We feature affordable, high-quality works, specializing in daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, salt, albumen, carbon and platinum prints.