The Scottish Society of Photography has been publishing writing on photography for over thirty years. During this time we have built up a substantial archive of articles and reviews. This feature, the first in a series that looks to give a new lease of life to many of those articles, is by A.D. Morrison-Low and was first published in the Spring 1987 edition of Scottish Photography Bulletin. It’s publication came shortly after the National Galleries of Scotland had acquired a generous gift of some 900 calotype negatives and positives from the descendants of John Muir Wood (1805-1892)1.
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