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  1. 1. Photographic Technology Timeline By: Mark Cohen
  2. 2. TimeLine Table of Contents • Dry Plate Collodion (1860) • Roll Film (1888) • Speed Graphic Camera (1912) • 120 Format Camera (1950) • Photoshop (1988) • Camera Phones (2000-2001) • Full Frame Digital SLR Camera (2005) • 360 Video- Nikon Keymission 360 at CES(2016)
  3. 3. • My timeline discusses the impact and changes the Photographic technologies had on the photographic world. Each technology just great benefits and shape the way to take photos now.
  4. 4. Dry Plate Collodion First Released in 1871, the dry plate Collodion is an improved type of photographic plate, light-sensitive emulsion coated on a glass plate, typically thinner than common window glass, instead of a clear plastic film. It was invented by Dr. Richard L. Maddox in 1871, and by 1879 it was so well introduced that the first dry plate factory had been established. In its time, the dry plate collodion was very helpful to photojournalist to produce images that they did not have to sketch onto large scales but rather on a small scale that could be enlarged. Photo by: Richardson, Claire http://www.ssplprints.com/image/129403/richardson-claire-dry-collodion- plate-camera-1860
  5. 5. Roll Film Invented in 1881 by a Wisconsin farmer named Peter Huston, roll film is a type of spool-wound photographic film protected from white light exposure by a paper backing, as opposed to film which is protected from exposure and wound forward in a cartridge When first released, roll film had a highly significant impact on the photojournalism community. Video by: Karl Schwartz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOF4Y7HxmfI
  6. 6. Before roll film, images had to be intricately sketched or drawn in order to be disbursed in mass quantities. With roll film, images can be printed several times with ease, making it easier for photojournalist to get images to their followers. Photo by: Unknown https://s-media-cache- ak0.pinimg.com/236x/18/86/51/18865140606d244 f6a25602a32274805.jpg Photo by: Dan Lacey http://faithmouse.blogspot.com/2008/ 03/world-trade-center-towers.html VS.Before Roll Film After Roll Film
  7. 7. Speed Graphic Camera First released in 1912 the Speed Graphic Camera was used to denote any ``press'' style camera. In it's time the press style camera was like the modern digital camera to photojournalists, it produced a picture with a flash that came out right away. The only difference is that, then the picture had to be developed first whereas with modern digital camera's the picture is displayed right away. Photo By: Weegee http://www.worcesterart.org/exhibitions/past/fellig.html
  8. 8. 120 Format Camera First released in 1950, 120 format cameras use film much, much bigger than 35mm or digital, and thus give much higher quality. It's also almost as easy to use as 35mm and digital, and in some ways easier. In its time, to now, the 120 format camera has helped photojournalists in producing printed photos on a much larger scale without having to widen the resolution of the image. Photo by: Unknown http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/ the_online_photographer/2012/10/bargain- medium-format.html
  9. 9. PhotoShop First released in 1990 by Adobe, photoshop is a computer software program that is used to digitally alter pictures. It was invented by the Knoll brothers, John and Thomas in September 1988, they then passed their programing on to Adobe. The software gives people the ability to view their images from a different perspective. You can alter the background of a picture, or remove unwanted objects from a picture.Video by: River City Graphix https://youtu.be/sbR6Nl4I8hY
  10. 10. This has become a prime computer software for photojournalist. Not all of their pictures, no matter how skilled they are with a camera, come out perfect. Some of the photos look bad due to shadow, red eye effect and poor lighting. With the help of Photoshop tools, they can cover up the weak spots and enhance the visual appeal of the images. You can also crop some parts of an image if it is unnecessary. Photo by: Unknown http://webneel.com/webneel/blog/56-best-adobe-photoshop- video-tutorials-collection-it-time-learn-hidden-tools
  11. 11. Radio Wave Flash First released in 2016 by Nikon, the radio wave flash has an operation distance of up to 98 feet, even with other objects in the way. Radio wave flashes are wireless and allow for an expansive range of latitude for off-camera lighting. The traditional wireless flash utilizes infrared frequency, which needs a direct line of sight to work. The radio wave flash allocates its user with more freedom for unique lighting effects, for example putting the flash around a corner. This has become a very useful form of modern technology amongst the photojournalist population. It has made it much easier to be creative when taking shots, allowing for differentiation amongst reports. Two people can take the same shot in the same location and have it come out with such variation after just one click of a button. Photo by: Unkown https://www.dpreview.com /news/6430959883/makin g-radio-waves-nikon- releases-sb-5000- speedlight
  12. 12. Full Frame Digital SLR Camera The digital camera was invented in 1972 by Steven Sasson, an American electrical engineer, who now works for Kodak. First released electronically in 2005 , the full-frame digital slr camera is a digital camera that uses mirrors to direct light from the lens to the viewfinder, which is a hole on the back of the camera that you look through to see what you are taking a picture of. You can swap the lens of the camera to take pictures at varying shutter speeds, distances, and depths. Photo by: Thomas Northcut http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/teenage- girl-holding-digital-camera-close-up-of-royalty-free- image/200549075-001
  13. 13. Video by: eHow https://youtu.be/OA0MM30i244 Before the digital slr camera, in order for photojournalists to distribute their work they would have to print it into the news paper or some physical form of presentation. With the digital slr camera, photojournalists were given the ability to digitally distribute their work through the internet as well as printing their images into physical forms of display. This allowed for their work to be seen much farther than physical forms of presentation could have ever possibly reached.
  14. 14. 360 Video (Nikon KeyMission 360) First released in 2016 by Nikon, the 360 video camera stands as the company’s very first action camcorder. The camera has a 360 degree perspective, 4K recording, and interactive video—you can swipe around to get a different perspective¹. Videos have somewhat of a fish- eye distortion due to the double wide angle 180 degree lenses, but the quality of the videos are superior to all others nonetheless. The 360 video camera gives its user the ability to record their entire surroundings in one take. Video by: Nikon Asia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ9senPdCkY
  15. 15. This technology is going to be something to look out for in the upcoming years on the photojournalism front. It can entirely change the game! Rather than having to upload several different videos in a report, one could post just one video that views could pan around in. This will make photojournalist reports even more interactive and realistic than they already are. Photo by: Eric Reagan http://www.photographybay.com/2016/01/11/nikons- keymission-360s-4k-spec-is-a-misnomer/

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