California Historical SocietyThe photographic collection contains over half a million images, its strength residing in nineteenth and early twentieth century materials. Among the collections are daguerreotypes, albumen prints, stereo views and photographic albums.
Center for Creative Photography
The Center for Creative Photography is a museum and research institution dedicated to photography as an art form and cultural record. Also includes access to some of the Center's vast holdings and resources.
Central Pacific Railroad Photographic Museum
History and photographic images relating to the Central Pacific Railroad.
Classic Life Magazine PhotographyDuring the 36 years that LIFE existed as a weekly publication, some of the world's best photographers worked as LIFE staff photographers and took thousands upon thousands of photographs that now live in the LIFE archives.
The Daguerrian Society
The Daguerrian Society website has several galleries of daguerreotypes on display along with resources on daguerreotypes and information on their organization.
The Fox Talbot Museum
The Fox Talbot Museum commemorates the life and work of William Henry Fox Talbot who invented the positve/negative process and is known as The Father of Modern Photography.
George Eastman House International Museum of Photography
The George Eastman House features an outstanding web site with changing photography exhibits, timeline of photography, and access to their photography collections.
Musee Autochromes Lumiere
Site dedicated to the Lumiere Brothers and the Autochrome process, the first commercial color photography.
Mystic Seaport Photography CollectionOne of the largest maritime photographic archives in North America, containing over 300,000 images from the 1840s to the present. These images span a wide range of commercial and recreational maritime activity, from New England shipbuilding to Arctic exploration. Among the most significant is a collection of images of Inuit peoples taken by a whaling captain, George Comer.
National Museum of Photography (UK)
The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in the United Kingdom has information about their various exhibits and a picture library, also a display of cameras and other photographic equipment.
Site dedicated to the inventor of photography, Nicephore Niepce.
Royal Photographic Society (UK)
Promoting the art and science of photography, has links to the society's vast online collection and various exhibitions.
Photographic Historical Society of Canada
Online gallery with information on Canadian photography.
Woodburytype Resource Site
An informative site on the early photomechanical process invented by Walter B. Woodbury.
Individual Photographers Websites
Website of photographer Jeff Ladd. Ladd’s photographs have been widely exhibited in venues that have included the International Center of Photography, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Howard Greenberg Gallery. His photographs are in the permanent collections of The Brooklyn Museum of Art and The Museum of the City of New York.