Published by Edition Stemmle, 1991.
Square paperback collection of Carroll’s sepia tinted photos and an essay by Colin Ford. Text in German and English.
Carroll/Dodgson took up photography in 1856, under the influence of his uncle Skeffington Lutwidge. He is most famous for his photographs of young girls, but he also took studies of famous people of the time, including Millais, Ellen Terry, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Faraday, Holman Hunt, and Alfred Lord Tennyson.
You can see some of the pictures here.
Amazon link: LEWIS CARROLL: Photographien/Photographs