Photographic Society of Scotland
Cosmo Innes was a founding
member of the Photographic Society of Scotland
(PSS) in 1856 and was still a member when
the society was wound up in 1873.
He read a paper to the PSS in
1856, published in Photographic Notes [Vol 1, 1856,
pp169-172] and another paper A Tour: The
Coasts of Spain to the society in 1857.
elected one of the society's two Vice Presidents for two years from
March 1858, when the PSS was two years old.
He entered six calotype photographs of Scottish scenes - Mid Calder
Church, Dunrobin Castle (2) and Elgin Cathedral (3) - in the 1856
a number of picturesque scenes of Venice and the old towns of Germany in
the 1859 PSS Exhibition