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Photography History - Large Format Cameras - Tripod Cameras Glass Plate Photography Eugene Atget worked with an 18×24cm view camera that produced albumen prints Eugene Atget rose early, alone with his large format camera to capture the city of Paris. He created what he referred to as “documents for artists.” The images had a variety of buyers including painters and  sculptors who could use the photographic prints as reference tools for their stunning display of detail and atmosphere


Famous Photographer -  Eugene Atget
 Born February 12, 1857 Libourne, France
 Died Paris, August 4, 1927

View 18x24cm Camera 1900
Eugene Atget worked with 18×24cm
view tripod camera that produced albumen prints

Streets of Paris 1934 - Atget
Rue Deseine 1934
Atget View of Paris 1900s
To view Eugene Atget photographs is to view Paris

Paris Intersection 1908


Hotel de Luzignan 1901


Eugene Atget - Notre Dame 1925

The dark corners of Atget images was due to the fact that he tilted the camera up - over the camera lens which caused the round dark arch in most of his photos. The main topics of Eugene Atget's photography were the streets of Paris and its display windows of fine stores, hotels and architecture. Images, though produced with a single exposure and negative. Usually devoid of people because of the long expose the subject needed to keep very still for several minutes

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