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History of Photography Prof Christina Price Washington ART 291 FA2017   Tags: digital photography, history of photography, photography  

Last Updated: Sep 6, 2017 URL: http://libraryguides.oglethorpe.edu/Photography Print Guide RSS Updates

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You can begin your searching based on keywords (words you think match your search needs). You may also want to try the Subject Headings Browse feature, searching by Library of Congress assigned subject headings (see Suggested Subject Headings box below).

 

 

Search the Catalog by Subject Heading

To conduct a Subject Headings Browse search, type in the name of the Country OR name of the Person (Lastname, Firstname), OR name of a discipline (for example, Photography).
 

 

Also Try These Clickable Subject Headings for Books

Subject Headings in the catalog are an easy way to drill down to the exact subject area you need for your book sources. Listed here are GENERAL subjects, but click on one, and a new page will open. If you then scroll down, you can see how the Subjects are broken down specifically.  

  • Click on a Library of Congress Subject Heading below to browse what titles we have under each of these subjects.
  • This is not meant to be an inclusive list.

 

SPECIFIC SUBJECT HEADINGS

Scroll down once you open the webpage to see all the Subject Headings related to the term -- click on the Headings to see the books related to the Subject.

GENERAL

Photography.

Photography, Artistic.

Photography Digital techniques.

HISTORY

Photography History.

Photography United States History.

NARROWER TERMS

Architectural photography.

Art and photography.

Astronomical photography. 

Calotype.

Color photography.

Daguerreotype.

Documentary photography.

Nature photography.

Photomechanical processes.

Portrait photography.

Travel photography.


 

 

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  • How to Read Call Numbers
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