History of photography

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History of photography

  1. 1. History of Photography Camera Obscura to DSLR
  2. 2. Pinhole Camera• AKA Camera Obsucra• First pinhole camera was invented around 1000AD by Alhazen.• Images appear upside down• The first successful photography was by Joseph Nicephore Niepce in 1826
  3. 3. Daguerrotype • Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre used Niepce’s success to form the Daguerrotype in 1839. • Used copper sheet coated in silver to create a black and white image. • Very detailed and sharp images. • One of a kind images.
  4. 4. Negatives• William Henry Fox Talbot created the first negative.• Sensitized paper with a silver salt solution.• Perfected the process and called it a calotype.
  5. 5. Tintypes • 1856 • Hamilton Smith• Yielded a positive image
  6. 6. Wet Plate Negatives• 1851• Frederick Scoff Archer• Used a viscous solution of collodion• Had to be developed in the field
  7. 7. Dry Plate Negatives • 1879 • Glass plate with dried gelatin emulsion. • Could be stored • Absorbed light quickly
  8. 8. Flexible Roll Film• 1889-George Eastman• Emulsions coated a cellulose nitrate film base• Made mass produced box cameras possible
  9. 9. Color Photographs • Early 1940’s • Modern Technology
  10. 10. Photographic Films• 35-mm• Medium-format – 6cm wide• T-grain – Finer grain pattern – Great detail and resolution
  11. 11. Film Speed (ISO) • International Standards Organization • Number on film which determines the amount of light needed to expose the film
  12. 12. Digital Camera • Canon introduced first digital camera in 1984 • 1987 Kodak released several products • Through much marketing with various companies, digital cameras have become what they are today.
  13. 13. Cameras
  14. 14. Why DSLR• Image quality – Pixels – Faster ISO• Adaptability – Lenses – Accessories • Speed – Fast
  15. 15. Why DSLR• Optical View Finder • Large ISO Range – Dark/Light • Manual Controls • Retains Value – Updates not as often • Depth of Field • Quality Optics
  16. 16. How to Decide on a DSLR? • Price – Many things to consider • Use of camera – Travel, Sports, Low Light, etc. • Size • Gear • Resolution – Megapixels • Other Features
  17. 17. Other Features to Consider • Burst Mode • Max Shutter Speed • ISO Ratings • LCD Size • Anti Shake • Dust Protection • Connectivity • Semi-Auto Modes • Flash

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