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Jeff Curto
History of Photography Podcast
Podcasts, class lectures and resources from Jeff Curto
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4.5 stars from 137 ratings
A Tremendous Resource
The courses and episodes in this series are an incredible resource for anyone interested in the evolution of photography. I love that the course weaves in other historical aspects of the times in which certain photographic techniques evolved. This is simply top notch and makes me feel like I...Read full review »
C.Randall.Warren via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/30/21
His Quiet Passion
I love this podcast. The host’s quiet passion always comes through, whether he’s talking about a street photographer or the early advent of a camera (the Brownie) marketed to kids. I always learn something new! I’m hooked.
Bil411 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/19
This is absolutely the best podcast for learning photography’s history. Brilliant photographer and educator Jeff Curto gives you nothing less than a college level course worth of lectures on photography and its place in history. His years of experience and warm demeanor means that he knows how to...Read full review »
singleton(thirdperson) via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/18
Recent Episodes
The cyanotype was one of the earliest photographic processes and with its rich, blue color, remains one of the most beautiful. Invented in 1842 by the amazingly prolific Sir John Herschel, the easy-to-produce cyanotype lives on today in the darkrooms of many photographers and...
Published 10/06/15
Published 10/06/15
The Kodak Brownie camera was one of the most popular cameras in the history of photography. The Brownie popularized low-cost photography and introduced the concept of the snapshot to a public eager to preserve their personal and family memories. With its simple controls and initial price of $1,...
Published 07/28/15
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