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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
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History of photography

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  • 1. Niepce 1827 •Niepce took the first ever permanent photograph
  • 2. Daguerre 1838 •The earliest known straight-forward photograph of a person
  • 3. Fox Talbot 1841 •created permanent (negative) images using paper soaked in silver chloride and fixed with a salt solution •created positive images by contact printing onto another sheet of paper
  • 4. Nadar 1858 •The first to take birds-eye view photographs
  • 5. James Clerk-Maxwell 1861 •The first coloured photograph, taken by experimenting with red, green and blue screens
  • 6. Mathew Brady 1862 •He became one of the first photographers to use photography to chronicle national history
  • 7. Muybridge 1882 •The first photographer to provide evidence that horses never have all four hooves off the ground at once when galloping
  • 8. Lewis Hine 1909 •This was a part of a group of photographs of children working in mills
  • 9. Edward Steichen 1928 •This image appeared in Vanity Fair’s 1928 issue •Steichen became the chief photographer for Vogue and Vanity Fair
  • 10. Albert Renger-Patzsch 1928 •One of one hundred photographs taken from a series called ‘The world is beautiful’ with the clarity of scientific illustrations
  • 11. Man Ray 1929 •First rayograph – done by placing objects on photographic paper and exposing the shadow cast by a distant light bulb
  • 12. Brassai 1933 •The cover of ‘Twilight Visions: surrealism, photography and Paris •The first photograph to be taken at night time
  • 13. Robert Capa 1944 •Took photographs mid-battle and nearly got shot himself whilst taking them
  • 14. Garry Winogrand 1960 •He photographed Women in the streets of New York
  • 15. Edgerton 1964 •This photograph was a part of a short video clip of a bullet shooting through an apple
  • 16. Nicholas Nixon 1975 •From the series ‘Brown Sisters’
  • 17. Cindy Sherman 1977-80 •This was a part of the 69-photograph series, the Complete Untitled Film Stills
  • 18. Hiroshi Sugimoto 1978 •The first to attempt to photograph movies •From the series ‘Theatres’
  • 19. Sally Mann 1989 •Mann has captured a raw and real moment of her growing children
  • 20. Shirin Neshat 1993-97 •From the series ‘Women of Allah’ •Taken to explore notions of femininity in relation to Islamic fundamentalism

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