Photography from 1842 to 2010 was the theme for the final publication of the “Editions 303”, under the direction of Bernard Renoux. The XIXth and XXth centuries are exposed throughout pages of portraits, architecture, society, industry, landscapes, photography pioneers, artists and painters, etc. The pictures include daguerreotypes, wet collodion plates, ambrotypes, albumin paper, silver and digital… With accompanying texts, solicited by Bernard Renoux, written by authors from photography schools, universities, museums, and libraries.
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