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References

Anon. (1861) ‘Carte de visite portraits’, The Photographic News, vol.5, no. 150, pp.341–2.
Anon. (1863) ‘Photography and bad taste’, The Photographic News, vol.7, no.240, 10 April, pp. 174–5. Reprinted from the London Review.
Anon. (1884) ‘By the bye – the stronger will’, The Photographic News, vol.28, no. 1346, p.388.
Anon. (1886) ‘Five minutes in a photographic caravan’, The Photographic News, vol.30, no. 1434, pp. 133–4. (Anthology Item 34)
Balwin, G. (1991) Looking at Photographs: a guide to technical terms, Malibu and London: The J. Paul Getty Museum in association with British Museum Press. (An attractive useful guide to technical terms for the non-specialist. It is written from an American perspective and is now in need of revision.)
Bell, C. (1806) Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme. (Anthology Item 3)
Linkman, A. (1993) The Victorians: Photographic Portraits, London: Tauris Parke Books. (Anthology Item 30)
Petsch, M.M. and Vogel, H. (1865) ‘On pose and lighting’, The Photographic News, vol.9, no.352, 2 June, pp.257–8.
Robinson, H.P. (1973 [1885]) The Studio and What to Do In It, New York: Arno Press. (Anthology Item 33)
Wall, A.H. (1859) ‘Photography as one of the fine arts’, The Photographic News, vol.3, no.69, pp. 193–5.
Wall, A. H. (1861 a) A Manual of Artistic Colouring, As Applied to Photographs: a practical guide to artists and photographers, London: Thomas Piper. (Anthology Item 32)
Wall, A.H. (1861b) The technology of art as applied to photography’, The Photographic News, vol.5, no. 131, 8 March, pp. 109–10.