The collections digitised in this project consist mostly of photographs dating from the late 19th to mid 20th centuries. They include historic records from tea planters associations with photos of tea plantations and their owners and workforces.
AOPf22 project: Association of photographers has set up an online gallery to encourage collaboration and connections with female and non-binary photographers and networks. The members were invited to create work on the theme of community and all it encompasses. The results can be viewed online. Each photo has extended captions.
Africana Historic Postcard Collection. New from the Library of Congress, more than 1,500 digitised photograph postcards from European colonial territories from the 1890s – 1960s. Most before 1930. Most are photos from colonial administrators and European missionaries. There are also ethnographic items and some unique African photographer works including : Demba N’Diaye from Senegal, W.S. […]
Black History and Culture Collection – Getty Images Getty images is developing a database relating to photographic images of the black experience in the USA and UK. It is currently being offered free of charge for online viewing but may become more commercial in the future. Consult the site for advice on copyright and rights. Click on preview to […]
Free access to an archive of millions of photos taken as far back as 1878. Some original black and white have been recoloured. The site is maintained by the owners of newspapers the Mirror and Express and it can be searched by time, date and location. Photos can also be shared. Free registration required. Check […]
BagNews provides useful discussion between photojournalists and researchers on the framing of particular events using photographs. The most recent discussion considers the representation of surveillance in traditional and social media.