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Duboscq’s stereo daguerreotypes

Photo historian Denis Pellerin introduces Jules Duboscq's stereo daguerreotypes

Photo historian Denis Pellerin looks in more detail at some of (Louis) Jules Duboscq’s stereo-daguerreotype still life compositions and talks about how Victorians spent their evenings viewing stereo images.

As you watch the video, think about the role and impact of stereo images in 19th century life.

Is there any comparable new technology that has made a major impact on your life today?

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Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography

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