The chemistry ofphotography from classical  to digital technologies    Danna Carolina Vega Gómez
Abstract
Problem :   How do the silver halides in   photography      arise    to   develop of wet chemistry in   the digital photog...
Justification
Type of investigation :• Descriptive Investigation                        VS
General Objective• To describe the way the  chemistry had develop  with                  the  technology,       showing  h...
Specific Objectives              2.2.1 Paper print with silver              halide in photography.              2.2.2   In...
Theorical Framework1. History of photography1.1 Birth1.1.1 Antecedents of photography•   2.3.1 Absorption1.1.2 Definition ...
Methodological design      1. Description of the problem      2. Definition and formulation of         the hypothesis     ...
Topic          The chemistry of photography from classical to digital technologies                                    Prob...
InstrumentsInterview                                  •   1.How does the change in the disclosure ofTo: Pedro Duque       ...
Chronogram                       Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dic Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dic Jan Feb Mar Apr...
Bibliography• Rogers, David. “The chemistry photography from classical  to digital technology”. Publish by the royal socie...
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  1. 1. The chemistry ofphotography from classical to digital technologies Danna Carolina Vega Gómez
  2. 2. Abstract
  3. 3. Problem : How do the silver halides in photography arise to develop of wet chemistry in the digital photography changing the paper structure of the photography?
  4. 4. Justification
  5. 5. Type of investigation :• Descriptive Investigation VS
  6. 6. General Objective• To describe the way the chemistry had develop with the technology, showing how the structure of the paper print in photography had change with pass of paper with silver halides, to a different use of wet chemistry in a inkjet paper.
  7. 7. Specific Objectives 2.2.1 Paper print with silver halide in photography. 2.2.2 Inkjet paper in photography. 2.2.3 Technology involved at the evolution and change in the application of chemistry in photography.
  8. 8. Theorical Framework1. History of photography1.1 Birth1.1.1 Antecedents of photography• 2.3.1 Absorption1.1.2 Definition of Classical 2.3.2 Reflectionphotography 2.3.3 Transmission1.1.3 First inventor of 2.3.4 Refractionphotography 2.3.5 Dispersion1.2. Chemical effects of the 2.3.6 Diffractioninvention of photography 2.4 The inverse square law1.2.1 Basic concepts of 3. Chronology and Evolution ofchemistry and physics Photography1.2.2 Silver halides 3.1 Dates1.2.3 Photosensitive paper 3.2 Inventors1.2.4 Latent image 3.3 Discovery1.2.5 Reveling 4. The digital era1.2.6 Fixer 4.1 Birth1.2.7 Washing 4.1.1 Definition of Digital Photography1.2.8 Negative 4.1.2 The beginning of digital photography2. Basic concepts of physics in 4.2 Basic Conceptsphotography 4.2.1 Inkjet Paper2.1 Energy Electromagnetic 4.2.2 Digital Printing2.2 Characteristics of light 4.2.3 Photoshop2.3 Properties of light 4.2.4 Digital Camera
  9. 9. Methodological design 1. Description of the problem 2. Definition and formulation of the hypothesis 3. Supposes of the hypothesis 4. Theorical framework 5. Selection of technical data 6. Description, analysis and interpretation of data
  10. 10. Topic The chemistry of photography from classical to digital technologies ProblemHow do the silver halides in photography arise to develop of wet chemistry in the digital photography changing the paper structure of the photography? Objectives Sources Interpretation of Information Conclusion
  11. 11. InstrumentsInterview • 1.How does the change in the disclosure ofTo: Pedro Duque photography of silver halide paper to digitalAcademic Training: printing has had an impact on the design of :Magister Universidad Nacional a) Photographic equipment (cameras and otherDe Colombia - Sede Bogotá equipment)?Facultad de Arte y Arquitectura b) In the photography itself?de2000 - de 2004 c) Communication?Perfeccionamiento Centro • 2. Do changes in size and definition images areColombo Americano achieved with digital photography have given30 Mayo de 1978 dimension in photography these days?de1977 - de 1978 • 3. In the evolution of photography by allowingPregrado/Universitario the change of a single print on silver halide paperBellas Artes to be printed on a variety of substrates such asde1979 - de 1982 saucer, glass, metal, ect. What impact has this had on the public in general and in the industry?
  12. 12. Chronogram Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dic Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dic Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunTopic SelectionTopic DelimitationState ProblemState ObjectivesState JustificationState the TheoricalBackgroundCollect DataProcess DataCodification of DataOrganization DataConclusionsFinal Presentation
  13. 13. Bibliography• Rogers, David. “The chemistry photography from classical to digital technology”. Publish by the royal society of chemistry, Thomas Grahan House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambrige.UK• Mees, C.E.K, and James, T.H., The Theory of the Photographic Process, 3rd ed., The Macmillan Co., New York, 1966.• Neblette, C.B., Fundamentals of Photography, Van Norstrand Reinhold Co., Princeton, N.J., 1970.• Croome, R.J., Photographic Gelatin, Focal Press, New York, 1965.• http://www.cheresources.com/photochem.shtml• http://www.eduteka.org/FotografiaDigital1.php
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