Artist: ADOLF MIETHEPrint Title: MoonMedium: Sheet-fed Gravure Printing Date: 1920'sPrinted in GermanyImage Size approx: 6.25 X 9 inches
Adolf Miethe (1862-1927) was a German scientist, lens designer, photochemist, photographer, author and educator. He co-invented the first practical photographic flash and made important contributions to the progress of practical color photography. In 1909, he began working with an observatory for astrophotography. Miethe wrote several books and close to a hundred articles on photography. He took over the editorship of Photographischen Wochenblattes (Photographic Week) in 1889, and in 1894 he founded the magazines Atelier des Photographen (Photographer's Studio) and Photographische Chronik (Photographic Chronicle).
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