Creative Photography Module 2 Vocab
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Joseph Nicephore Niepce
Produced the first photograph, used a pewter plate and a substance, bitumen of Judea, which hardens when it is exposed to light.
French artist, Niepce died, leaving his notes to Daguerre who used them and made two important discoveries.
William Henry Fox Talbot
created the calotype (also known as the Talbotype) process, which used paper coated with silver iodine.
Frederick Scott Arche
invented the collodion process, which used glass plates covered with a mixture of chemicals before being placed in the camera for the exposure.
created a dry gel on paper, or what we think of as film.
introduced the idea of a "snapshot."
built the first prototype of a 35mm camera.
James Clerk Maxwell
used filters to create three monochrome images (one photograph in red, blue, and green). When projected together with three different lanterns, the image would return to a more natural color image.
was one of the color processes. Patented in 1903 by French brothers Auguste and Louis Lumiere, it involved coating a glass with microscopic grains that had been dyed colors like green, violet, and orange. These dyed grains acted as a filter for the image being photographed.
a color still film that used a subtractive process.
Kodak DCS 100
The first commercially available digital camera.