The Pencil of Nature Video (DVD)

The Pencil of Nature Video (DVD)
In 1833, before the first photographically-illustrated book, The Pencil of Nature, was printed, it's creator Henry Fox Talbot mused about how wonderful it would be if he could take natural images and save them on paper. Think for a moment how far we have come since that day. If you're intrigued then you truly have everything to gain from watching this DVD about The Pencil of Nature!
Item Code: FI-2492

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Product Description:
The invention of photographically illustrated books dazzled the Victorians, giving them a new take on the natural world. This DVD takes you on a journey exploring the progress made by Henry Talbot Fox and those who followed. Much of the work displayed in this DVD is from The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, the British Royal Archives at Windsor Castle and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, which was the first museum to embrace photography. After watching this program, you'll see photography in an entirely different light and find a new appreciation for the art.

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  • Length: 27 minutes
  • ISBN: 978-1-4213-1582-9
  • Closed Captioned

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