Photo Workshop: Photograph Identification
Did you know Harvard holds nearly 10 million photographs across its libraries, museums, and archives? Harvard collections span the lifetime of photography, documenting the evolution of the medium. Come learn more about it in a series of two workshops on photographs. Sign up for one or both as you wish!
Join Elena Bulat and Amanda Maloney from Weissman Preservation Center in a session on identification basics of some of the major photographic processes found in our collections. This workshop will cover daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, salted paper prints, albumen prints, collodion prints, and gelatin silver prints. Get tips and hands on experience identifying different types of photographs.
Session led by:
Elena Bulat, Paul M. and Harriet L. Weissman Senior Photograph Conservator, Weissman Preservation Center
Amanda Maloney, Special Collections Conservator, Weissman Preservation Center
This listing is for the Photograph Identification session. Please follow this link to register for the Looking -> Seeing session: https://libcal.library.harvard.edu/calendar/staff/looking-seeing
The workshop is held in Houghton Library's Hofer Classroom. Participants meet in lobby of the library.
Persons with disabilities who would like to request accommodations or have questions about physical access may contact Lilli Keaney (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance of the workshop.