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"Tulips" By Cranson Weber Shelley

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"Tulips" By Cranson Weber Shelley

from 25.00

Cranson Weber Shelly was a amateur photographer who lived and worked in Syracuse, New York. He also was my great grandfather. I inherited a collection of his glass plate negatives and began the process of editing, retouching, and printing these images for the modern world.

This image is bold and in praise of Springtime!

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Cranson Weber Shelly was a amateur photographer who lived and worked in Syracuse, New York. He also was my great grandfather. I inherited a collection of his glass plate negatives and began the process of editing, retouching, and printing these images for the modern world.

This image is bold and in praise of Springtime!

Glass plate negatives were the precursor to sheet film. Cranson Weber Shelley used a large format 4x5 camera to create his still life images.