|Early Daguerreotype Workshop, Steptember 2004|
|Author||Title||Date||Source||# of pages||Notes|
|Daguerre||An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Daguerreotype and the Diorama||1839||Daguerre. An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Daguerreotype and the Diorama. London: McLean, 1839.||89|
|Stapp, William F.||Appendix 2: 'The Daguerreotype'||1983||"Appendix 2: 'The Daguerreotype.'" In Robert Cornelius: Portraits from the Dawn of Photography, by William F. Stapp, 135-148. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian, 1983. Originally pubslished in (London) Globe and Traveller, August 23, 1839.||14|
The literature for this workshop was compiled by Mark Osterman.
Since 1999, Osterman has been Process Historian for the Advanced Residency Program for Photograph Conservation at George Eastman House. A graduate of Kansas City Art Institute, Osterman is unique in his comprehensive knowledge of nineteenth century photographic techniques and is recognized internationally as the foremost expert in the wet-plate collodion process. Examples of Osterman’s own photography are in many private and institutional collections.
He is represented by the Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYC and Tilt Gallery in Phoenix, Arizona.