Anna Atkins & the World's First Photo Book – Objectivity #5 Posted on July 29, 2019July 29, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How Do You Sleep?FL Studio 20 Export Audio Tutorial – Beat Publishing in Real Time 24 thoughts on “Anna Atkins & the World's First Photo Book – Objectivity #5” not photographs but photograms Reply I love it Reply Is this the predecessor to blue prints? Reply "She's covering her bottom." #truebrit Reply I wonder how she made copies of this book. Did she take each image a few times, or are the photographs in each book unique? Reply great video again! Reply This is the same process that blueprints used to be copied (hence the name). I didn't know it was used for anything else, it's really cool to see. Reply I love how the title page seems to have been made out of algae too at 1:20 Reply Who came here from Vox? 😀 Was happy to see Objectivity recommended by Vox. Reply Who else is here from vox? Reply Brady, how many channels do you have? Man you must be workaholic or something. Reply They should go in depth on the pigments in 'Periodic Videos'. Reply What are you talking about, Brady? "It's not what you're thinking." Of course British Algae is the first topic that comes to mind if you think of books with photographs as illustrations! Reply Deep Sky Videos, Sixty Symbols and now Objectivity – I've learned so much from Brady's videos. Science is a wonderful thing. As a biologist, this video made me almost tearfully happy. Such intricate detail. Reply 1:23 The title page itself is pretty clever, and much better done than a lot of similar effects done these days, because of the simpler colour scheme. Reply what a great place youtube is. seeing all those places that you will never go.. Reply Stunning! It is my mission to watch every episode on this channel. I find every one of them so fascinating and mesmerizing! Thanks for all your hard work, and I hope you continue to make these stellar videos for a long time! Reply These are not photographs. These are PHOTOGRAMs, made without a camera. Reply wow that's a beautiful color! Reply thanks mate Reply Is that the awkward silence because keith isnt in this video? Reply Correct me if I am in error, but if those are contact prints made by direct exposure wouldn't it be mor appropriate to classify the images as Photograms? Reply Was the blue a necessary blue for the process? It's very Josiah Wedgwood. Reply come on you can't name your son Rupert baker and not expect him to work at the Royal Society Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.