Photography Subject Guide







Photography journals & magazines (online)

Aperture (1952 - ) – eMagazine

British Journal of Photography (2009 - ) – eMagazine

Ciel Variable / CV (2003 - ) – eMagazine

Études photographiques (1996-2017) - eJournal

History of Photography (1977 - ) – eJournal

Photographies (2008 - ) – eJournal

Photography & Culture (2008 - ) – eJournal

Prefix Photo (2000 - ) – eMagazine

Visual Studies (2002 - ) - eJournal

Library of Congress Subject Heading: Photography, Artistic – Periodicals

 


Online resources outside of Concordia University

ASXAn Epicenter for Art & Photography
AMERICAN SUBURB X

Getty Conservation Institute
“Fundamentals of the Conservation of Photographs.” Los Angeles, CA: Getty Conservation Institute. Last modified May 2011. https://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/teaching/photographic_materials.html

Stulik, Dusan, and Art Kaplan. “The Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Processes.” Los Angeles, CAGetty Conservation Institute, 2013, http://hdl.handle.net/10020/gci_pubs/atlas_analytical

Internet Archive
Photography periodicals

McCord Museum
Collections and Research

National Gallery of Canada
Photostories Canada

Victoria & Albert Museum
Online collections (including many early photographic artefacts)


Call numbers and subject headings

Library of Congress call numbers for Photography

TR  Photography
TR1-1050  Photography
TR250-265  Cameras
TR287-500  Photographic processing. Darkroom technique 
TR504-508  Transparencies. Diapositives
TR510-545  Color photography
TR550-581  Studio and laboratory
TR590-620  Lighting
TR624-835  Applied photography (including artistic, commercial, medical photography, photocopying processes)
TR845-899  Cinematography. Motion pictures

Library of Congress Subject Headings for Photography (selection)

Art and photography

Photographers

Photography

Photography – Canada

Photography, Artistic


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Guide prepared by Michel Hardy-Vallée, Ph.D. (Art History), Visiting Scholar at the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art, in collaboration with Concordia University Library

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