A Quick History of Photography

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Photo I. Beginnings of Photography. Camera . Obscura. – . “. dark chamber. ”. Described first by 10. th. century Arabian scholar . Alhazen. How a camera . obscura. works. When light passes through hole it bends or REFRACTS. ID: 629974 Download Presentation

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A Quick History of Photography

Photo I

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Beginnings of Photography

Camera

Obscura

– “dark chamber”Described first by 10th century Arabian scholar Alhazen

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How a camera obscura

works

When light passes through hole it bends or REFRACTS

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Renaissance

used as drawing tool to trace images

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Entertainment

Entertainment – people paid to look inside a camera

obscura

– first “reality” show

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First Photograph - 1826

Joseph

Niephore

NiepceCoated a sheet of pewter with “asphalt” and lavender oilExposed for eight hours in a camera obscura

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Daguerreotype - 1839

Louis Daguerre

Daguerreotype showed fine detail

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Calotype - 1840

William Henry Talbot

Figured out how to use paper to create negatives and prints

First Contact Printing – could make multiple copiesImages were soft like a charcoal drawing

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Collodion- Wet Plate - 1851

Frederick Scott Archer

Coated glass plates with

collodionLight sensitive when wetHad to be processed while still wetPhotographer had to carry around complete darkroomCould be a negative or a positive image (albumen)

Also used for tintypes and stereographic photos

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Gelatin Emulsion – Roll Film – 1880s

Invention of gelatin based emulsion that could be applied to roll film

This concept made photography accessible and easy to everyone

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Kodak - 1888

George Eastman – Eastman Kodak Company

Invented the equipment to mass produced roll film

First public camera – the “Brownie”“You push the button, we do the rest.

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Common Early Photographs

Portraits – replaced painted portraits for general public

Travel Photos –

“exotic” places such as Egypt, Africa, the American WestCivil War Photos – first time people saw results of war

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Pictorialists

In the fight to make photography art, some photographers altered their cameras to create Impressionistic images

Used Vaseline on lenses or fuzzy printing processes

Posed “characters” in classical scenes

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Photo Succession and

Straight Photography

”Alfred StieglitzPromoted and published avant-garde photographers – unmanipulated photosMagazine – “

Camera Work

Paul Strand, Edward Weston,

Ansel

Adams

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Action Photographs

First photos had long exposures

Action would be blurry

Eyes would turn whiteEadweard Muybridge – motion studies using trip wires and multiple cameras

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Zoetrope

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Zoetrope Example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_8fX-N3Ji4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5khDGKGv088

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1936: Kodachrome

First color multi-layered color film

(Kodak stops production in 2013)

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1990: Adobe Photoshop released

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1999: first DSLR design by a leading manufacturer.

Nikon D1 SLR, 2.74 megapixel for $6000

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2000: Camera phone introduced

Japan

by Sharp/J-Phone

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End of An Era

2001

: Polaroid goes bankrupt

2004: Kodak ceases production of film cameras

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2007: The first iPhone is released

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Social Media Takes Over

2004:

Facebook

starts2010: Instagram is created2011: Snapchat is launched


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