Originally published in Points West magazineFall 2021 How I Got That Shot: Pheasant Flying Over Snow By Rob Koelling Pheasants are common throughout the agricultural lands of the northern Bighorn […]
What are nitrate negatives?
Why are nitrate negatives handled with care in archival facilities?
Past Exhibition (closed April 11, 2021) John Bunker Sands Photography Gallery Beginning in the 1980s, William Shepley followed his passion for the equestrian culture of the American West to produce […]
Originally published in Points West magazineSpring 2005 Thorofare through the Shutter By Marguerite House For those who live in the area surrounding Yellowstone National Park, Thorofare is legendary. This wilderness […]
Vincent Mercaldo was a collector of Western imagery. But he was also a painter and an artist. Samantha Harper, the archivist at the McCracken Research Library, said he would manipulate many images. […]
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West announces the discovery of an extremely rare collection of Albertype photographs from the 1871 U.S. Geological Survey of Yellowstone National Park. Collector Dr. […]