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Henry Baden Pritchard, The Photographic Studios of Europe (London, 1882. Facsimile rpt., New York: Arno Press, 1973), pp. 3-4. [clear footnote]

 

 

"The Stereoscope, Pseudoscope and Solid Daguerreotypes," The Illustrated London News. Jan 24, 1852. pp.77-78. [clear footnote]

 

 

Jonathan Crary, Techniques of the Observer: On Vision and Visuality in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1990). [clear footnote]

 

 

Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, trans., Alan Sheridan (London: Penguin, 1987). [clear footnote]

 

 

Michel Foucault, The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences (New York: Random House, Vintage Books edition, 1973). [clear footnote]

 

 

Jean Baurdrillard, The Evil Demon of Images (Sydney: Power Publications, 1988). [clear footnote]

 

 

John Hartley, The Politics of Pictures: The Creation of the Public in the age of Popular Media (London: Routledge, 1992).   [clear footnote]

 

 

See, Walter Benjamin, "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," Illuminations, trans Harry Zohn, ed. and introduction, Hannah Arnendt (New York: Schocken Books, 1976). [clear footnote]

 

 

See, Siegfried Kracauer, Theory of Film: The Redemption of Physical Reality (London: Oxford University Press, 1965). [clear footnote]

 

 

Erika Bileter, qtd. in "Polaroid Selections 3, Staged Reality", Photo Technique International, English edition, 4 (1986), p.50.

 

Anonymous letter (thought to be authored by Henry Peach Robinson), Letters to the Editor, "Exit Emerson," The Amateur Photographer Vol XIII, No. 330, Jan 30, 1891, pp. 70-71, [clear footnote]

 

Peter Henry Emerson, "A Renunciation," The Amateur Photographer Vol XIII, No. 331, Feb 6, 1891, pp. 90-91.  [clear footnote]

 

 

George Davison, Letters to the Editor, "Dr Emerson's Renunciation," The Amateur Photographer Vol XIII, No. 331, Feb 6, 1891, pp, 90-91.  [clear footnote]

 

Henry Peach Robinson, Pictorial Effect in Photography: Being Hints on Composition and Chiaroscuro for Photographers (London, 1869; facsimile edition, Pawlet Vermont: Helios, 1971). [clear footnote]

 

 

Peter Henry Emerson, Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art (London, 1889; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973). [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson and Sir William de Wivelesley Abney, The Art and Practice of Silver Printing (1881; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973). [clear footnote]

 

 

Emerson, Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art, p.151. [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson, 'The Present State of the Focus Question,' The Amateur Photographer, Vol XII, No. 314, 1890, pp. 258-259. [clear footnote]

 

 

Peter Henry Emerson, 'Dr P.H. Emerson's English Letter', The American Amateur Photographer, rpt., The Amateur Photographer, Vol X., No, 269, 1889, p. 365. [clear footnote]

 

 

Peter Henry Emerson, "Topography and Art", in his Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art (third edition) and the Death of Naturalistic Photography (New York, 1899; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973), Appendix A, p.67.  [clear footnote]

 

Houston Stewart Chamberlain, The Amateur Photographer, May 17, 1889.  [clear footnote]

 

 

Ferdnand Hurter and Vero Driffield, "Photochemical Investigations and a New Method of Determination of the Sensitiveness of Photographic Plates", The Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry, May 31, 1890.  [clear footnote]

 

 

Hurter and Driffield qtd. in Emerson, Naturalistic Photography and the Death of Naturalistic Photography, op. cit., Book II, p.105. [clear footnote]

 

Peter Henry Emerson, "Topography and Art" in his, Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art (third edition) and the Death of Naturalistic Photography (1899; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973), appendix B.   [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson, Picture-making by Photography (London, 1897; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973).  [clear footnote]

 

Henry Peach Robinson, The Elements of a Pictorial Photograph (London 1896; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973), p.81.  [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson, Picture-making by Photography (London, 1897; facsimile edition, New York: Arno Press, 1973).  [clear footnote]

 

 

 

Peter Henry Emerson, 'The Present State of the Focus Question: Another View,' The Amateur Photographer, Vol XII. No. 316., 1890, pp. 288-289. [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson, quoting from his Pictorial Effect in Photography, in his reply to P. H. Emerson's, 'The Focus Question: Another View', 'The Focus Question,' The Amateur Photographer, Vol XII. No. 317, 1890, p. 306. [clear footnote]

 

 

Henry Peach Robinson, Letters to the Editor, 'The Focus Question,' The Amateur Photographer, Vol XII., No., 317, 1890, p.306. [clear footnote]

 

 

'Justice,' Letters to the Editor, "Dr Emerson as Critic," The Amateur Photographer, Vol X, No. 270, 1889, p. 378. [clear footnote]

 

Ilseley R. Codman, Letters to the Editor, The Amateur Photographer, Vol XIII, No. 331, 1891, p. 91. [clear footnote]

 

 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, The Stereoscope and Stereoscopic Photographs, eleventh edition (New York: Underwood and Underwood, 1901) pp. 22-23.,' [clear footnote]