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Mark Osterman—Process Historian, Kay R. Whitmore Conservation Center, George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film—discusses the origins of photography and the history of manipulation. Using rare examples from the George Eastman House's collection as well as his own artwork, he illustrates the historical methods used by many photographers.
Recorded October 14, 2012
Part of a Sunday at the Met program held in conjunction with the exhibition Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop, on view October 11, 2012–January 27, 2013.
The exhibition is made possible by Adobe. The catalogue is made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Valleé de Josaphat
Bethléem grotte de la Nativité
Porte dorée, Jérusalem
Rameleh, village, Palestine
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This artwork is not on display
Inscription: Signed and inscribed in negative on print, recto LL: "Bonfils // 158"; inscribed in negative on print, recto LR: "Jérusalem. Arc de l'Ecce Homo. (Palestin"; inscribed in ink on mount, recto LC: "Arch of Ecce Homo.".
1973.594.5 mounted on verso.
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