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Photographic Lenses of the 1800's in France Corrado D'Agostini
Berthiot Chevalier Darlot Derogy Hermagis Jamin Lerebours Soleil PHOTOGRAPHIC LENSES OF THE 1800'S IN FRANCE with contributions by Ugo Minichini ...It is difficult today to find books that describe and illustrate the lenses that made history in 19th Century France ... Bandecci & Vivaldi 2011, ENGLISH text; hardcover, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2" (oblong), 372 pages, color illustrations. For a large part of the 19th century French manufacturers of lenses and cameras were preeminent and among the most prestigious in the field of photography, creating examples of the highest quality. This book describes the photographic lenses produced by eight French companies which influenced the course of history in France and throughout Europe in the nineteenth century. The lenses of smaller companies, as well as special lenses that allowed for various focal lengths, are also included. For the first time, we have a book that shows (300 dpi) color images of the most important production of photographic lenses from the early 1800's when photography was invented, to the end of the century. Extremely rare examples, only on view at specialized museums and in private collections, are illustrated in technical-historical and aesthetic detail for enjoyment of collectors. The book is the result of long research conducted by the author in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and England. The rarest examples from the nineteenth century production of optics are illustrated alongside more famous and popular examples. Descriptions accompany the images, allowing scholars, collectors, and enthusiast of photography to identify the objects.
Photographic Lenses in 19th Century GERMANY and AUSTRIA by Corrado D'Agostini
Photographic Lenses in 19th Century Germany and Austria - Voigtlaender - Petzval - Dietzler - Busch - Steinheil - Zeiss Author Corrado D'Agostini with contributions by Ugo Menichini. Bandecci & Vivaldi 2016, ENGLISH text; hardcover, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2" (oblong), 322 pages,355 images and 126 tables, some in color This book is the sequel to a previous volume devoted to the history of French lenses of the 19th century. In a similar way it traces the initial development of photographic lenses in Austria and Germany up to December 31th, 1899 Corrado D'Agostini does an in-depth analysis of the technical and historic evolution of photographic lenses in Austria and Germany from 1839, the year the first lens was made, up to the end of the 1800's. He traces the history over the decades of each of the manufacturers, showing their developement side by side with the advances in photography's techniques.
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