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-involves light passing through an opening into a darkened chamber
-image that is formed inside is an upside down replica of the outside world
-Latin for "Dark Room"
-Developed during the Renaissance as a room in which a hole was punctured through a wall or door producing an upside down non-permanent image on an opposing wall
-created by laying objects on paper coated with light-sensitive chemicals and then exposing it to light
-A light sensitive copper plate coated with silver iodide that captures a photographic image
-process creates a positive image that cannot be reproduced
-Light and dark values appear in reverse and can be used to create repeated copies of an image
-Photojournalism revolutionized the capacity of news media
-with the ability to bring realistic representation of important events before the public's eyes
-Techniques used by photographers to create images that appeared more painterly
-A practice of photography where the artist does not crop or manipulate their photographs in any way
-Images and letters clipped from other printed sources inspired by the art movement of Dada.
-An image created by placing objects on top of light sensitive paper
-The objects' shadows will appear white after exposure to light on the paper
-Also inspired by Dada.
-depends on a phenomenon called persistence of vision
-In 1878, the photographer Eadweard Muybridge used a series of cameras set off by a trigger to create the first forerunner of modern film-making.
Motion Picture Film
-Not real motion but a series of still images projected at a speed of 24 frames a second giving the illusion of continuous action.
-Type of film that made it possible to string images together
-Stories acted out by objects or illustrations. Animation literally means "bringing to life"
-Between 12 to 24 drawings are needed per second to create an illusion of smooth motion.
-Piecing together film shots to create storytelling sequences
Film as art
-is intended to create cinematic movies that do not conform to popular storytelling techniques.
-Director whose films are marked by a consistent individual style, just as a traditional artist's paintings or sculptures are
-is a technology that records and plays back images in motion.
-Converts a moving image into electronic signals
-The signals are transmitted to a monitor (TV).
-Information is stored digitally on a disk and can be projected onto a wall, surface, and monitor
-Further manipulation is possible on computers
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