Henry Talbot ( photographer ) " Henry Talbot ", born " Heinz Tichauer " ( 6 January 1920, Germany ndash 1999 ) was a German-Australian fashion photographer noted for his long association with the Australian fashion industry, particularly the Australian Wool Board Born in Germany to Judaism parents, he studied graphic design at the Reimann School in Berlin....
Photographer • Architect
Graphic design • MAX
Fashion • Prize
11 February 1800 • Melbury, Dorset , England
17 September 1877 • Lacock , Wiltshire, England
Inventing of the calotype process
William Davenport Talbot
Elisabeth Fox Strangways
UK MP • Member of the UK Parliament • President • Author
Photography • Drawing
Painter • Photographer
Fellow of the Royal Society
Royal Medal winner • Rumford Medal
Scientific • Professional
02 October 1863 • Greenwich , London, England
1911 • Perak , Federated Malay States
A right-handed batsman, he played one first-class cricket match for the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1895, he also played for the Straits Settlements cricket team between 1891 and 1904, and for the Federated Malay States cricket team between 1906 and 1908.
English cricket player • Marylebone Cricket Club cricket player
William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-77) is widely considered to be the father of modern photography, having developed the process by which photographic images could be reproduced. However, he has yet to be sufficiently appreciated as a photographer in his own right. Over the course of his photographic ca...
William Henry Fox Talbot (1800–1877) was a British pioneer in photography, yet he also embraced the wider preoccupations of the Victorian Age—a time that saw many political, social, intellectual, technical, and industrial changes. His manuscripts, now in the archive of the British Library, reveal th...
Eleanor Robson, Graham Smith, Larry J. Schaaf, Herta Wolf, Vered Maimon, Anne Secord, June Barrow-Green
YC British Art
Originally published as a serial between 1844 and 1846, The Pencil of Nature was the first book to be illustrated entirely with photographs. Early enthusiast William Henry Fox Talbot hoped to spur public interest in photography but was forced to cease publication after just six installments. In its ...
William Henry Fox Talbot
Focusing on early nineteenth-century England?and on the works and texts of the inventor of paper photography, William Henry Fox Talbot?Singular Images, Failed Copies historicizes the conceptualization of photography in that era as part of a major historical change.Treating photography not merely as ...
Univ Of Minnesota Press
Accompanies an exhibition in the Media Space gallery of the Science Museum, London, in spring 2016Approximately 30 per cent of the material in the book (by both Talbot and his own circle) is currently unavailable in print or previously unpublishedExplores new angles of interpretation, in particular ...
Russell Roberts, Greg Hobson
Scala Arts Publishers Inc.
Published to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Britain's celebrated inventor of photography, Specimens and Marvels illuminates the mid-nineteenth-century cultural environment in which Talbot's vision for photography emerged--a vision that would permanently alter how human beings view themselves a...
William Henry Fox Talbot
First Photographs is an extraordinary view into the origins of photography. This landmark monograph—the only book on Talbot to be authored by the Fox Talbot museum’s curator—includes many never-before-published images of landscapes, architectural studies, and portraits from Talbot’s personal archive...
Arthur Ollman, Carol McCusker, Michael Gray
William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) is best remembered as the scientist who invented photography. Others had tried recording the images projected by a lens, but Talbot was the first to grasp the physical basis for realizing this dream and to conceive of a practical means for fixing these ephemer...
Larry J. Schaaf
Princeton University Press