Photography Library Instruction

For MTA 344 and MTA 345
by Greg Notess

Selected Internet Resources

While the Internet contains a great deal of unique and interesting resources, copyrighted periodical articles and books are rarely freely available on the Net. Commercial indexes such as the Art Index are also not typically freely available online. The Internet can be a rich source for information on digital photography or other current computer technologies related to photography.

Reference Sources

These are located in the reference area in Renne library

Quick
Facts
The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography
Encyclopedia of Practical Photography (Kodak, 14 vols., 1977)
Ref TR9.F6 1993
Ref TR9.A46
Bio-
graphic
Sources
American Photographers : An Illustrated Who's Who Among Leading Contemporary American
Macmillan Biographical Encyclopedia of Photographic Artists & Innovators
Contemporary Photographers
Ref TR139.K73 1989
Ref TR139.B767 1983
Ref TR139.C66 1982
Picture
Sources
Photography Index: A Guide to Reproductions
Photography Books Index: A Subject Guide to Photo Anthologies
Use these for finding specific photographs by subject or photographer
Ref TR199.P37
Ref TR199.M67
Article
Citations
Art Index
Humanities Index
Readers' Guide Abstracts
OVID Library Indexes



Find Books with the Catalog (CatTrac)


Find Articles on Ovid

Try all three indexes listed above. Search by the name of the photographer as well as by broader photography terms. These indexes cover journals that we have as well as ones that we do not have.

For more information about the library and its services, the MSU-Bozeman Libraries' Web Site for




Last Updated on 9/19/96
URL: http://www.lib.montana.edu/~align/photo.html