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Серге́й Миха́йлович Проку́дин-Го́рский​

Karin E Jansson

Vore det inte för Prokudin-Gorskii, tsarens fotograf, så skulle jag vara övertygad om att förritin var svartvit. Han var en av de första som behärskade färgfotograferandet, då han utvecklade en teknik där ett foto i själva verket bestod av tre bilder, tagna genom tre olika filter; ett rött, ett grönt och ett blått. Utifrån dess kunde han sedan rekonstruera bilden så som den såg ut utanför kameran.

Jag älskar verkligen dåtiden i färg, och jag älskar Prokudin-Gorskiis färger. Kolla här:

Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, självporträtt 1912.


ca 1907
Workers, identified by Prokudin-Gorskii as Greeks, pose while harvesting tea from plants spreading over rolling hills near Chakva, on the east coast of the Black Sea. This region of the Russian Empire, in present day Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia, had a significant Greek minority, some families going back many centuries to the Classical and Byzantine eras.

1909
Children sit on the side of a hill near a church and bell-tower in the countryside near White Lake, in the north of European Russia.


Ca 1907
A couple in traditional dress poses for a portrait in the mountainous interior region of Gunib on the north slope of the Caucasus Mountains in what is today the Dagestan Republic of the Russian Federation.


1911
Samarkand, an ancient commercial, intellectual, and spiritual center on the Silk Road from Europe to China, developed a remarkably diverse population, including Tajiks, Persians, Uzbeks, Arabs, Jews, and Russians. Samarkand, and all of West Turkestan, was incorporated into the Russian Empire in the middle of the nineteenth century and has retained its ethnic diversity up to the present. Prokudin-Gorskii captures here a group of Jewish boys, in traditional dress, studying with their teacher.


1909
Young Russian peasant women offer berries to visitors to their izba, a traditional wooden house, in a rural area along the Sheksna River near the small town of Kirillov.

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