If you haven’t had the chance to check out “Adventures in Photography: Gifts from Harvey S. Shipley Miller” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it’s your last chance. The exhibit, closing this weekend, features a great collection of historic photographs spanning the 19th and 20th centuries. The works represent variety of traditional media, from salt prints and daguerrotypes to gum bichromate, silver gelatin, cyanotype prints, and more. The show closes this Sunday, August 2nd, so be sure to head there soon!
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Photo credit: The Magnetometer in the Cellars of the Museum, Rouen, 1885. Artist/maker unknown, French. Silver gelatin print. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.