10 images of Photographic Atelier/Studio (19th Century)

10 images of Photographic Atelier/Studio (19th Century)


A photographic studio (Atelier is the French word for workshop or photo studio) is both a workspace and a corporate body. As a workspace it is much like an artist’s studio, but providing space to take, develop, print and duplicate photographs. Photographic training and the display of finished photographs may also be accommodated in a photographic studio. Accordingly, the workspace may possess a darkroom, storage space, a studio proper – where photographs are taken, and a display room, as well as space for other related work.

19th-century photographic studio

19th-century photographic studio

Atelier Brandl, ca. 1870 with full glass roof

Atelier Brandl, ca. 1870 with full glass roof

Atelier Brandl, ca. 1870

Atelier Brandl, ca. 1870

Atelier d'Amédé Fleury

Atelier d’Amédé Fleury

Felix J.A. Moulin with his photographic material.Paris, 1860’s.

Felix J.A. Moulin with his photographic material.Paris, 1860’s.

Frances Benjamin Johnston's studio

Frances Benjamin Johnston’s studio

Gottlieb Støckel studio Denmark 1865

Gottlieb Støckel studio Denmark 1865

Hermann Krone, 1858

Hermann Krone, 1858

Hippolyte Bayard 1855

Hippolyte Bayard 1855

Police atelier, Hungary

Police atelier, Hungary


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