Фотохромные открытки с видами Санкт-Петербурга / Photochromes of St. Petersburg: 1890-1906

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Фотохромные открытки с видами Санкт-Петербурга
1890-1906

Photochromic postcards of views of St. Petersburg
1890-1906

Музыка:
Гимн Великому Городу из балета "Медный всадник" Р.Глиер

Music:
Hymn to the Great City from the ballet "the bronze horseman" by R. Glier

Here I present the first in a series of photochromic images of St. Petersburg.
These were taken in the years 1890-1906.
Photochrom prints, also called Aäc, are ink-based images produced through "the direct photographic transfer of an original negative onto litho and chromographic printing plates." Hans Jakob Schmid (1856-1924), who worked for the Swiss firm Orell Füssli, invented the technique in the 1880s. Füssli published the prints through a company with the imprint Photochrom Zürich, later Photoglob Zürich. Other companies that licensed the process starting in the mid 1890s included the Detroit Photographic Company (later Detroit Publishing Company) in the United States and the Photochrom Company in London, England...............
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