2.1.1 Card mounted photographs 1860–c.1914

2.1 Styles of photograph

Let's briefly examine the various styles of photograph that are commonly found in family albums.

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Image 1 Photographer/Painter: Anon. Subject: Unknown woman, 1840s.

1 How to avoid damage when handling photographs

Remember to treat your photographs with the consideration demanded by their age and fragility. Careless handling and storage will cause damage.

  • Handle photographs at the edges: the skin carries chemicals which cause deterioration (professional archivists wear cotton gloves).

  • Hold a photograph in both hands or support an unmounted print with a piece of cardboard to avoid unnecessary handling.

  • Never write on a photograp
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Characterisation The revelation of character through techniques such as physical description, action, dialogue, interaction with other characters, and the depiction of thought, emotion and belief.
Dialogic Describes a narrative in which multiple voices, perspectives or discourses are present and engage and interact with each other.
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4 Conclusion

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