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Hill & Adamson

Between 1843 and 1847, Hill & Adamson produced several thousand calotype prints.  Here are a few that have particular relevance to the history of photography and photographic societies in Edinburgh.

Photographers

DO hill at the gate to Rock House  -  a calotype by Hill & Adamson

Hill & Adamson calotype of DO HIll.

David Octavius Hill

standing at the gate to Rock House (left-hand photo)

 

George Moir - seated  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

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George Moir

Founding Member of ECC
Founding Member of PSS

 

Sir David Brewster  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

Sheriff John Cay  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

James Drummond  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

Sir David Brewster

Writer, Lecturer, Scientist
 Corresponded with Talbot
President of PSS

Sheriff John Cay

Member of Edinburgh Calotype Club
Founding Member of PSS

James Drummond

RSA
Member of PSS 

 

Kenneth MacLeay - standing - a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

 Kenneth MacLeay - seated  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

Kenneth MacLeay RSA

PSS Exhibitor - 1856 to 1864
Professional Photographer - 1859 to 1863

 

Alexander Keith  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

Rev. Dr. Alexander Keith  -  a Calotype by Hill & Adamson

Alexander Keith

Father of Thomas Keith and
George Skene Keith

Portraits of Photographers

Early  PSS

Early EPS

Recent

Professional

Hill & Adamson

Yerbury

Brewster

Robertson

 

Rodger

Talbot

 

 

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