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History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
History Of Photography
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History Of Photography

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A quick tour to the past of photography...

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  • 1. History of Photography
  • 2. Ancient times : Camera used to form images on walls in darkened rooms; image formation via a pinhole .
  • 3. 16th century : Brightness and clarity of camera obscures improved by enlarging the hole inserting a telescope lens
  • 4. 17th century : Camera obscuras in frequent use by artists and made portable.
  • 5. 1800 : Thomas Wedgwood makes "sun pictures" by placing opaque objects on leather treated with silver nitrate; resulting images deteriorated rapidly, however, if displayed under light stronger than from candles.
  • 6. 1816 : Nicéphore Niépce combines the camera obscure with photosensitive paper
  • 7. 1855 : Beginning of stereoscopic era.
  • 8. 1861 : Scottish physicist James Clerk-Maxwell demonstrates a color photography system involving three black and white photographs, each taken through a red, green, or blue filter. The photos were turned into lantern slides and projected in registration with the same color filters. This is the "color separation" method.
  • 9. 1861-65 : Mathew Brady and staff covers the American Civil War, exposing 7000 negatives.
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  • 12. 1868 : Ducas de Hauron publishes a book proposing different methods for color photography.
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  • 15. 1878 : Dry plates being manufactured commercially.
  • 16. 1880 : George Eastman, age 24, sets up Eastman Dry Plate Company in Rochester, New York. First half-tone photograph appears in a daily newspaper, the New York Graphic .
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  • 18. First Issue 1928
  • 19. The Newer Issues
  • 20. 1888 : First Kodak camera, containing a 20-foot roll of paper, enough for 100 2.5-inch diameter circular pictures.
  • 21. 1889 : Improved Kodak camera with roll of film instead of paper
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  • 24. 1917 : Nippon Kogaku K.K., which will eventually become Nikon, established in Tokyo. First Nikon camera: The Nikon 1
  • 25. 1932 : Inception of Technicolor for movies, where three black and white negatives were made in the same camera under different filters.
  • 26. Henri Cartier-Bresson buys a Leica and begins a 60-year career photographing people and places in the whole world.
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  • 29. 1936 : Development of Kodachrome, the first color multi-layered color film; development of Exakta, pioneering 35mm single-lens reflex (SLR) camera
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  • 31. Hindenburg Explosion 1937 Caught By One Camera
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  • 33. Speedgraphic Camera Standard equipment for press photographers in the 1960s
  • 34. 1963 : First color instant film developed by Polaroid
  • 35. Instamatic released by Kodak
  • 36. First purpose-built underwater introduced, the Nikonos.
  • 37. 1973 :Color negative process are introduced.
  • 38. Canon Digital Rebel introduced for less than $1000
  • 39. 2004: Kodak ceases production of film cameras
  • 40. BYE BYE

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