Alan Greene is a photographer and teacher specializing in view-camera technique, black-and-white printing, and historical processes. His photographic work, dealing with themes like small-town life along the Mississippi and Wabash rivers, and images depicting the American Revolution, has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in both the United States and France. He has taught black-and-white photography, view-camera, and studio lighting courses at the university level. As a leader of workshops, he has taught pinhole photography and the construction of cameras and lenses. Presently, he is researching and writing about 19th century photographers and photographic processesGreene, Alan is the author of 'Primitive Photography A Guide to Making Cameras, Lenses, and Calotypes' with ISBN 9780240804613 and ISBN 0240804619.