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Not the most celebrated or well known images are chosen but those that helps us to understand the true 'metier' of the analogue photographer, a basic knowledge today almost unknown to the new digital generation.), the same is true for the many years of thorough research by photo historian Denis Pellerin and his two other co-authors.
A Royal Passion explores the connections between photography and the monarchy through Victorias embrace of the new medium and her portrayal through the lens.If still in existence, perhaps this book will help to unearth the clay models from oblivion.' in France (1852-1870) often ignored by (even French) historians.To often, photo collectors do not collect camera's, and camera collectors do not collect photographs.However, the most complete and interesting histories of photography are only understood when both are 'in the picture'.