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Szergej Prokudin Gorszkij cári jóváhagyással  végigfényképezte az orosz birodalmat  1902-ben .  A képek egy része,   a háború után a fotóssal együtt kalandos úton eljutott  Párizsba ,  és az örökösök 1948-ban eladták  az amerikai

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Szergej Prokudin Gorszkij cári jóváhagyással 

végigfényképezte az orosz birodalmat 1902-ben. A képek egy része,   a háború után a fotóssal együtt

kalandos úton eljutott  Párizsba , 

és az örökösök 1948-ban eladták  az amerikai 

Kongresszusi könyvtárnak a megmaradt kb 2000 negatívot. A képeket 2002-től kezdték digitalizálni. Gorszkij a saját szabadalmaztatott eljárásával, színes képeket készített 

(három különböző szűrővel készült negatívot montírozott össze). Ezek az egyetlen hiteles és épen maradt képek a 

cári Oroszország életéből a 20.-sz elejéről.


Photographer Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944) undertook a photographic survey of the Russian Empire with the support of Tsar Nicholas II. He used a specialized camera to capture three black and white images in fairly quick succession and then using red, green and blue filters recombined the images to produce color photos that were ahead of there time. The high quality of Gorskii’s pics make it difficult for viewers to believe that they are looking 100 years back in time


Russian Empire

The Russian Empire was a state that existed from 1721 until the Russian Revolution in 1917. It was the second largest contiguous empire in world history, surpassed only by the Mongol Empire, the third largest empire the British Empire. At one point in 1866, it stretched from eastern Europe, across Asia, and into North America. By the end of the 19th century the size of the empire was about (8,600,000 sq mi) or almost 1/6 of the Earth's landmass.

Self-portrait, Prokudin-Gorskii seated on rock beside the Karolitskhali River in the Caucasus Mountains near the eastern coast of the Black Sea 1915
An Armenian woman poses for Prokudin-Gorskii on a hillside near Artvin (in present day Turkey) 1910
Turkmen man posing with camel loaded with sacks, probably of grain or cotton, Central Asia 1907
Prokudin-Gorskii (right front) rides along on a handcar outside Petrozavodsk on the Murmansk railway along Lake Onega in 1910
Isfandiyar Jurji Bahadur, Khan of the Russian protectorate of Khorezm (Khiva, now a part of modern Uzbekistan) 1910
Finland was part of the Russian Empire until 1917

Near the small town of Iustilia, Finland on the Saimaa Canal 1907

Emir Seyyid Mir Mohammed Alim Khan, the Emir of Bukhara (present-day Uzbekistan) 1910
Shroud with image of the the Venerable Evfrosiniia, Evfrosiniia Monastery, Suzdal, Russia 1910
A chapel sits on the site where the city of Belozersk was founded in ancient times, photographed in 1909
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