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Photo Book Reviews: Ralston Crawford's Camera; and a 'True to the Eyes' Collection

THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF RALSTON CRAWFORD.

By Keith F. Davis. Distributed by Yale University Press. Published to accompany the exhibition Structured Vision: The Photographs of Ralston Crawford, through April 7, 2019,…

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Featured Exhibit

Cyanotypes: Photography in a Blue Mode

By Alex Novak

The cyanotype process was invented and named by Sir John Herschel in 1842, but was most popular around the turn of the century when it was adopted by…

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Collecting Resources

The Insider's Guide to Buying Photographs

Besides historical and aesthetic considerations, most photography collectors ultimately will face the real economic issue of both buying and selling images.

Few of us merely inherit a collection and then pass…

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