1. Roboticspro

    Film Glass Plate Negatives

    Good Afternoon, One of my sons picked up these glass plate negatives for me as part of an estate auction last year. I did some research and the location points (most likely) to the whaling port of New Bedford, Massachusetts. I am going to take these to the N.B. Whaling Museum to get a true...
  2. lucien

    Lens some Minolta glass

    I have 3 lens that aren't worth selling because they were dirt cheap. Instead of taking a loss, how can I convert them to Nikon? The body in question is a Nikon D7100 I will need some sort of adapter of course. Is anyone familiar with what I would need. Lenses, Tamron 70-300mm 4-5.6 ff...
  3. William Lewis

    Leica Scratched Sensor Glass?

    Later this year I hope to buy a Leica M digital. As a result, I keep an eye on auctions just to have a good idea of what is out there and what the prices are looking like. I saw an auction on ebay for a M Monochrome for much lower than usual. This was due to these scratches on the glass...
  4. Kevin

    TIH Janez Puhar recognized for reproducible glass plate photographs method

    Puhar was not the first to create a working photograph on glass process but is credited for inventing a process that made it reproducible. In 1839, John Herschel made the first glass negative, but his process was difficult to reproduce...
  5. Glass Door

    Glass Door

    Took this while I was at a clients house, looking out through her glass door.
  6. Glass ceiling, San Antonio Museum of Art

    Glass ceiling, San Antonio Museum of Art