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Terms in this set (17)
The creation of images by exposure of a photosensitive surface to light.
Descriptive of a surface that is sensitive to light and therefor capable of recording images.
Lenses that magnify faraway objects and tend to collapse the spaces between distant objects that recede from us.
Lenses that allow a broad view of objects within a confined area.
Photography that stores visual information electronically rather than on film.
A dark Room (or box) with a small hole in one side, through which an inverted image of the view outside is projected onto the opposite wall, screen or mirror. The image is then traced.
created by Nicephore Niepce (founder of photography) was a process that used a type of asphalt that when got hard and exposed to the sun it created a positive image.
A photograph made by an early method on a plate of chemically treated metal; developed by Louis J. M. Daguerre.
After the daguerreotype, the next major advance in the history of photography was the development of the ____ process, an example of which is Young Lady with an Umbrella.
Created by Eadweard Muybridge. May be considered the first movie projector. Projected images from rotating glass disks in rapid succession to give the impression of motion.
A moving-picture device, invented by Thomas Edison and his associates in 1892, that allowed one person at a time to watch a motion picture by looking through the viewer.
The art of making motion pictures.
Cutting On Action
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition between shots portraying a single action from different camera angles.
An abrupt transition between shots, sometimes deliberate, which is disorienting in terms of the continuity of space and time.
A cut that preserves continuity between two shots.
A way of making a movie by using a series of drawings , computer graphics, or photographs of objects (such as puppets or models)