PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Lecture 2

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PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Lecture 2

Horenstein Chapters 1 & 2

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HORENSTEIN CHAPTER 1 “BEGINNINGS” 35 mm single-lens-reflex (SLR) camera 35 mm parts

film speed (see below) film leadertake-up spool sprocket holes shutter buttonfilm counter viewfinder light meter lens aperturef-stops shutter shutter speedprogram auto exposure mode (P) manual mode (M)focusauto focus rewinding film

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negative/positive darkroomprints enlargerONLINE RESOURCESNCCC LIBRARY YOUTUBECLASS MATERIALS35mm SLR camera (range finder ok) Kodak Tri-X or Ilford HP5+ film (400 ISO)Ilford RC Multigrade pager or Kodak Poly-Contrast RC paper 8”x10”Negative file sheets. 3-ring binderHOW PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS WORK (Chapter 3)-Silver Bromide

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Early Photographic Artists

These images will appear on the mid-term and final exams. You will be asked to identify the photographer who made each image. Dates and titles will not have to be memorized. You may also use these images as part of your “inspiration” project.

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Joseph Nicéphore Niépce

Born: 1765, Chalon-sur-Saône, France Died: 1833Father was a wealthy lawyer.How the photographer became interested in photography:Through experiments with LITHOGRAPHY.Primary type of photography the artist is known for: HELIOGRAPHY “sun writing”, first permanent photograph Also co-invented the first internal combustion engine.Link: http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/firstphoto graph/niepce/#top

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Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.View from the Window at Le Gras. ca 1826. World's first photograph.THE PROCESS-VIDEO

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Louis Daguerre

Born: 1787, Cormeilles, near Paris, FranceDied: 1851How the photographer became interested in photography:Scene painter for the opera, physicist. Worked with Niepce on the heliograph.Primary type of photography the artist is known for:DAGUERREOTYPELink: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/149699/Louis- Jacques-Mande-Daguerre

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William Henry Fox Talbot

Born: 1800, EnglandDied: 1877How the photographer became interested in photography:Not good at sketching.Primary type of photography the artist is known for:CALOTYPE (invented developing, fixing, printing)NOTE: Fox Talbot was also an eminent mathematician,an astronomer and archaeologist, who translated the cuneiform inscriptions from Nineveh.Link: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/tlbt/hd_tlbt.htm

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William Henry Fox Talbot, Adiantum Capillus-Veneris (Maidenhair Fern); photogenic drawing negative, probably early 1839, 22.5 x 18.3 cm. (detail)

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William Henry Fox Talbot, Horatia at her harp, ca. 1843

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William Henry Fox Talbot The LadderDate : 1840/1850

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William Henry Fox Talbot, The Open Door, 1844

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Nadar

Born: 1820, FranceDied: 1910How the photographer became interested in photography:From his brother’s engagement in a photo business.Primary type of photography the artist is known for:portraitsNOTE: Ringmaster, publicist, and performer in a highly theatrical life, the legendary Nadar wore many hats—those of journalist, bohemian, left-wing agitator, playwright, caricaturist, and aeronaut.Link: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artMakerDetails?maker=1622

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