1,345 more photos of Norfolk & Cumbria in June 2017 Release
Original material in the Frith archive

New Photos from the Archive

We are excited and proud to announce that we are sharing even more Frith photos on this website.
Thousands upon thousands of newly digitised Frith photos are going to be uploaded for you to browse over the coming months. Some of these have not been seen outside the archive for over a century! This is part of the Frith Digitisation Project.

Recent New Releases

June 2017 1,345 photos of 188 places. Featured counties are Norfolk and Cumbria

May 2017 2,935 photos of 438 places. Featured counties are Lincolnshire and Dorset

April 2017 5,837 photos of 873 places. Featured counties are Kent and Gwynedd

March 2017 6,119 photos of 899 places. Featured counties are Oxfordshire and Lancashire

St David's Day 2017 1,000 photos of 266 places. Featured counties are Gwynedd and Clwyd

February 2017 6,389 photos of 1,281 places. Featured counties are Shropshire and Hampshire

January 2017 8,031 photos of 1,000 places. Featured counties are Somerset and Essex

December 2016 7,016 photos of 1,271 places. Featured counties are Suffolk and Hereford & Worcester

November 2016 6,017 photos of 1,291 places. Featured counties are Greater London and Devon

October 2016 5,855 photos of 1,647 places. Featured counties are Yorkshire and Sussex

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Frith's Digitisation Project

Our digitisation project has been a huge challenge, undertaken at enormous cost, without public funding. We have used state of the art technology to ensure we have captured the very finest details from every subject.

The original materials worked with have covered the gamut: hand-written ledgers and collodion glass plates, platinum, albumen & gelatin-silver prints, small format film and most things in between.

Even with the best technology and processes, handling so many delicate and varied materials has made this a slow, laborious and complex task.