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History of a camera


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History of a camera

  1. 1. History of a Camera By: Cynthia Anderson
  2. 2. If your eye is a window to your soul, then your camera is surely a doorway to your heart?- Stephen Jeremy Maxwell Bray
  3. 3. What is a Camera?~A device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, movie film, or video signals.
  4. 4. Types of Cameras~SLR=Single Lens Reflex~DSLR=Digital Single Lens Reflex~P&S=Point and shoot cameras
  5. 5. SLR and DSLR CamerasGives the photographer the Freedom to take picture that most point and shoot cameras cant do.
  6. 6. First Camera and Image~First photographic image was taken with a "Camera Obscura" (1814) -Shutter was open for eight hours and faded shortly afterwards -Was taken by Frenchman Joseph Nicephore Niepce
  7. 7. 1843- The first advertisement using a photograph is made in Philadelphia
  8. 8. 1859-The panoramic camera is patented in Sutton
  9. 9. 1884-Flexible, paper based photographic film is invented by company "Eastman"
  10. 10. 1913-1914-The first 35mm still camera is developed
  11. 11. 1954-Eastman Kodak develops hi-speed tri-x film
  12. 12. 1968-The first ever literally "out of this world"
  13. 13. 1978-Konica invents the point and shoot autofocus camera
  14. 14. Different Types of Cameras
  15. 15. Old Fashion
  16. 16. Today Cameras
  17. 17. Random Facts
  18. 18. *Two types of cameras: Old Fashioned film and digital cameras
  19. 19. *All cameras are boxes that capture light
  20. 20. *Our disposable camera is equivalent to the box cameras
  21. 21. *Most photographers want their perfection in their work, rather than their equipment
  22. 22. *Every camera does the work it is designed to do, but maybe not to the same quality wanted
  23. 23. Your camera should become an extension of your heart. This means that it must fit comfortably with your lifestyle, be responsive rather than a burden, understand your moods, always be reliable and ever at the service of your soul.-Stephen Jeremy Maxwell Bray
  24. 24. Work Cited!!••••• 9•