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Michael Nash, Warsaw [Street photographer using a background to hide the bombed out buildings of the Second World War], 1946, November, Gelatin silver print, Internet - Original source ill-defined, LL/60023
Backgrounds and foregrounds
782.01   Introduction to backgrounds and foregrounds
782.02   Manufacturers and painters of studio backgrounds
Daguerreotypists and painted studio backgrounds
782.03   Studio painted backgrounds for daguerreotypes
782.04   Antoine Claudet: Backgrounds for daguerreotypes
782.05   Salt prints: Backgrounds
782.06   Ambrotypes: Backgrounds
782.07   Cartes de visite: Backgrounds and foregrounds
782.08   Cabinet cards: Backgrounds and foregrounds
782.09   Tintypes: Backgrounds and foregrounds
782.10   Real Photo Postcards: Backgrounds and foregrounds
Contemporary accounts
782.11   Backgrounds
782.12   Studio backgrounds
782.13   How Nineteenth Century Studios used backgrounds
Examples of studio backgrounds
782.14   Backgrounds used in nineteenth century photographic studios
Use of painted external walls as backgrounds
782.15   William Notman: Use of the painted exterior wall of his Montreal Studio as a background
Designs for backgrounds
782.16   Backgrounds - how to paint and arrange them (1859)
782.17   David Knights-Whittome: Photographic backgrounds
782.18   Surviving photographic backgrounds
Background holders and supports
782.19   Background holders and supports
Revolving backgrounds
782.20   Revolving backgrounds
Suppliers of backgrounds
782.21   Advertising for manufacturers and suppliers of backgrounds
Paintings showing backgrounds in photographic studios
782.22   Paintings showing backgrounds in use
Foreground and background themes
782.23   Backgrounds: Transportation
782.24   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Carts
782.25   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Cars
782.26   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Railways
782.27   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Balloons
782.28   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Aircraft
782.29   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Space Age and missiles
782.30   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Boats
782.31   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Bars
782.32   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Prisons and prisoners
782.33   Backgrounds: Landscapes
782.34   Water as an element in studio backgrounds and foregrounds
782.35   Patriotic and military backgrounds for portraits during the American Civil War (1861-1865)
782.36   Martinique: Studio portraits
782.37   Foregrounds
782.38   Foregrounds: Windows
782.39   Mummies and Sphinxes as foreground props
Incongruous backgrounds
782.40   Backgrounds: Incongruous
Street photographers
782.41   Backgrounds: Street photographers
Case studies
782.42   Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: The Biter Bit
782.43   Ann Parker: Itinerant photographers of Guatemala (1970s)
782.44   Philip K. Apagya: Aspirational backgrounds in studio portraiture
782.45   Clarisse d'Arcimoles: Forget Nostalgia - A Little Theatre of Self (2012)
782.46   Martin Parr: Autoportrait
Patents for backgrounds
782.47   Patents for photographic backgrounds and foregrounds
782.48   C.M. Coolidge: US patent No. 149,724, Processes of Taking Photographic Pictures (1874)
782.49   Conclusions to backgrounds and foregrounds
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