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Photographie Vulgarisatrice Stereo Camera | André Ruiter Stereoscopy – Black & White Photography Article

Photographie Vulgarisatrice Stereo Camera | André Ruiter Stereoscopy A beautiful and rare French folding camera for 9 x18cm glass plate negatives, developed by Photographie Vulgarisatrice.Photographie Vulgarisatrice was founded in 1886 and located at 6 and 8 Rue des Petites-Écuries in Paris. The last trace that I found dates from 1914. Vulgarisatrice means Popularizer or Promoter. The company’s goal was to make photography accessible to amateurs with simple and affordable cameras. It developed a series of wooden folding cameras with a…

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Heag IV Stereo Camera by Ernemann – Black & White Photography Article

Heag IV Stereo Camera by Ernemann The Heag IV is a large folding plate stereo camera developed by Heinrich Ernemann from Dresden. The camera supports 9 x 18cm glass plate negatives as well as filmpacks. The abbreviation Heag stands for Heinrich Ernemann Actien Gesellschaft and was used for a series of folding cameras and stereo cameras. The Heag IV was produced between c.1908 and 1918.The camera body is made of wood and covered with black leather. The burgundy-red leather folding…

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Reicka Stereo Camera by Emil Wünsche – Black & White Photography Article

Reicka Stereo Camera by Emil Wünsche The Reicka is a folding plate stereo camera developed by Emil Wünsche from Dresden. The camera supports 10 x 15cm glass plate negatives and filmpacks.Emil Wünsche started a photography store in 1887 with the name Bedarfsartikel für Fach- und Amateurphotographen in Dresden. He sold rebranded cameras of Hüttig and products from the companies he acquired earlier. From 1896 he produced his own photography products. His first camera was the Mars Kamera for 12 x…

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Jean Agélou Erotic Stereo Photos – Black & White Photography Article

Jean Agélou Erotic Stereo Photos Jean Agélou was a French photographer who is known for his erotic photographs. His photos were used for French Postcards that were very popular in the early 20th century, but he also made stereo photos. In my post about Jules Richard’s Atrium collection, I showed a French Postcard with a photo signed by Jean’s brother George Agélou. However, Jean was the photographer who made the most erotic pictures and George was mainly concerned with business…

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Heag XV stereo camera by Ernemann – Black & White Photography Article

Heag XV stereo camera by Ernemann The Heag series of folding cameras were produced between 1900 and 1926 by Ernemann from Dresden. The abbreviation Heag stands for Heinrich Ernemann Actien Gesellschaft. Most of the cameras in the Heag series were designed for glass plates. The cameras could be completely folded so they were easy to carry and the lenses and shutter were protected. The Heag XV was produced between 1911 and 1925. The camera was available as a “normal” single…

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