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writing with light
What does the word "photograph" mean?
a human eye
The mechanics of the camera are very similar to those of ________
The first cameras were ______.
The name of the opening that lets light into any camera is called ________.
Images from a camera obscura can be recorded mechanically or chemically.
When were the first successful photographs made using a camera?
polished metal plates
Daguerreotypes are made on ________.
it creates very detailed images
A major benefit of the daguerreotype process is that ________.
William Henry Fox Talbot invented
Louis-Jacques Mandé Daguerre invented
John Herschel invented
1. it reduces the environmental toxicity of darkroom photography
2.the ingredients are available at most grocery stores
3 the process was created by Dr. Scott A. Williams and his students
4.it can be used to develop both negatives and prints
Which of the following statements is true of the Caffenol process
Photographic portraits can never be poetic or introspective
Which of the following photographers is best known for making portraits?
Julia Margaret Cameron creates ___________ photographs
The photograph called Migrant Mother, by Dorothea Lange is an imaged to depict what event?
nature's grandeur and the wilderness of the American West
Landscape photographs, such as those taken by Ansel Adams, help raise awareness about:
plaster casts, a framed picture, and a wine flask, by a window
One of the earliest surviving photographs is a still life by Daguerre, featuring:
form . . . texture
The American photographer Edward Weston focused closely on the subject of his pepper No. 30, making the viewer concentrate on the ________ and ________ of the vegetable.
In order for photojournalistic news photos to be effective they need to be seen as ________.
injustice of child labor
Photographer Lewis Wickes Hine went undercover in factories and mines to expose the _____________.
When did it become common for photographs to be collected in major fine arts
Loretta Lux digitally manipulates such elements as ________ to create the effect she wants in her pictures
passengers on a steam ship
The Steerage by Alfred Stieglitz depicts ____A____.
What is it called when a photographer chooses to make a photograph look candid and spontane-ous?
Hannah Höch was part of a movement known as ________.
images from the past and present
Untitled—Passage on the Underground Railroad digitally combines
Color photographs could be made from the time that the first photographic processes were invented
worked for the FSA making documentary pictures of the Great Depression era
known for very detailed landscape photographs of the American West
photographed her family members in both fictional and factual settings
used photographs to expose the unsafe and inhumane working conditions in facto-ries, which eventually led to the establishment of Child Labor Laws in the US
Lewis Wickes Hine
makes brightly colored tableaux using elaborate scenery sculptures
image that matches the appearance as the human eye would see it
image that reverses the tones of light and dark
photographic process that replaces highly toxic developer to make darkroom chemis-try more environmentally friendly
using photographs to tell a news story
a collage made of photo-based images and text, usually photographed or scanned so it can be reproduced