In This Issue…
1….INTRODUCTION by James L. Enyeart
3….DIGITAL GUTENBERG— EVERYPERSON AS PUBLISHER by E. R. Beardsley
Beardsley extrapolates on how the evolving digital publishing revolution returns control of communications technology to individuals, providing them with an extraordinary mechanism for distributing their ideas to a wider audience. Includes a brief history of publishing technology.
17….WILL THE DIGITAL IMAGE CHANGE CURATORIAL PRACTICE? by Roger Bruce
Comprehensive analysis of the implications of digital imagery for museums, curators and archivists.
27….PATHWAYS TO THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL IMAGING by James L. Enyeart
Speculation on the implications of digital image-making for transforming future photographic practices, citing four contemporary photographer’s work as examples; Pedro Meyer, Judy Dater, Barbara Kasten, and Joyce Neimanas.
Announcement of a 1994 exhibition highlighting selected images from the Ford Motor Company collection. Includes a checklist of all purchases using the Ford Motor Company fund since 1984.
Author : Enyeart, James L., Editor Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of George Eastman House Volume : 37 Number : 1–2 Date : Spring–Summer, 1994
In This Issue…
1….George Eastman House—Its Technology Collections
Summary of the evolution of the Technology Collection since the museum’s inception in 1949. Discusses the most significant collections that were acquired over the years including those of J.M. Eder, Gabriel Cromer, Alden Scott Boyer, and Louis Walton Sibley.
4….Technology The Enabler
Outline and timetables of chemical, optical, and mechanical-electronic advances in photographic technologies.
10….Unusual Early Lenses in the George Eastman House Collection
Brief outline, history, and origin of early lenses from 1840 to 1910 with a focus on anomalous examples from the collection.
Discussion of early color cameras designed to make three separate negatives through red, green, and blue filters. The two basic designs were the repeating back and the one-shot or single exposure cameras. The development of multi-layer color films that did not require a special camera to create a tri-color image eventually supplanted them.
18….The Camera Collector's Reference Library
Classification and outline of important reference materials for camera collectors.
Author : Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY at George Eastman House Volume : 24 Number : 2 Date : December, 1981