The Library of Birmingham and Photographic Archive
Ultra high resolution, high definition photography of collections from Library of Birmingham's world class Photographic Archive.
These diverse photographic materials are carefully handled and photographed in collaboration with the libraries curators, technical staff and conservation teams. Images are produced to the precise colour and surface resolutions of the original materials. Especially large, reflective or fragile objects are photographed in house or at specially constructed off-site studios, this work involves careful preparation and workflow management. The resulting images are unequaled in quality and are used for large scale reproduction for scrutiny by specialists as well as for public exhibitions and in a range of digital and print media.
Images re-produced by kind permission of the Library of Birmingham & Photographic Archives.
Canton Province Albumen Print Portfolio reproductions.
5x4 negatives of historic central Birmingham.
Archival Colour Prints reproduced for 'Birmingham Seen' exhibition.
Sir Benjamin Stone Portrait photographed in situe, in the now demolished central library.
Pages from the J.J. Audubon: Birds of America book.