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10 terms
History of Photography
Matthew Brady
Dorothea Lange
Joseph Nic'ephore Nie'pce
George Eastman
Who was the Civil War photographer who also photographed Abe…
Who was the photographer whose most famous photo is called th…
Who was the french inventor who took the first photograph?
Who invented the Brownie camera?
Matthew Brady
Who was the Civil War photographer who also photographed Abe…
Dorothea Lange
Who was the photographer whose most famous photo is called th…
82 terms
History of Photography
camera obscura
camera lucida
phantasmagoria
View from His Window at Le Gras - Jose…
a darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an…
Illuminated by the Argand Oil Lamp, it was an advanced magic…
Heliograph
camera obscura
a darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
camera lucida
an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an…
20 terms
HIstory of Photography
Camera Obsura
Ibn-Al-Haitham ( Alhazan)
Rectilinear Propogation of light
Professor J Schulz ( 1727 )
means " Darkened Room" in Latin.
Physicist and Mathemetician in 10 A.D that originated the Rec…
The tendency of light to travel in a straight line.
Mixes chalk with nitric acid and silver in a flask and notice…
Camera Obsura
means " Darkened Room" in Latin.
Ibn-Al-Haitham ( Alhazan)
Physicist and Mathemetician in 10 A.D that originated the Rec…
63 terms
History of Photography
Where was the location of the theory o…
What philosopher from Antiquity stated…
What philosopher from Antiquity observ…
Who created the first pinhole camera i…
Lascaux, France
Plato
Aristotle
Mo Ti
Where was the location of the theory o…
Lascaux, France
What philosopher from Antiquity stated…
Plato
32 terms
History of Photography
View from the Window at Les Gras, Jose…
Byronia dioca - The English Wild Vine,…
Self Portrait as a Drowned Man, Hippol…
Sarah Bernhardt, Felix Nadar, 1865
View from the Window at Les Gras, Jose…
Byronia dioca - The English Wild Vine,…
9 terms
Photography History
Camera obscura
Joseph Niepce
Daguerreotype photography process
Talbot calotype process
A darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
He used a camera obscura focused on a pewter plate thinly coa…
French inventor Louis Daguerre, developed an early (1839) pho…
Henry Fox Talbot created a process where exposed paper was pl…
Camera obscura
A darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
Joseph Niepce
He used a camera obscura focused on a pewter plate thinly coa…
15 terms
History of Photography
Niepse
Daguerre
stieglitz
strand
not on final
Niepse
not on final
Daguerre
10 terms
History of Photography
Steel Plant ... Edward Weston
Pepper #30... Edward Weston
Gloria Swanson... Edward Steichen
Tina Modotti
...
Steel Plant ... Edward Weston
...
Pepper #30... Edward Weston
82 terms
History of Photography
camera obscura
camera lucida
phantasmagoria
View from His Window at Le Gras - Jose…
a darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an…
Illuminated by the Argand Oil Lamp, it was an advanced magic…
Heliograph
camera obscura
a darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are p…
camera lucida
an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an…
63 terms
History of Photography
Mo Ti
Leonardo Da Vinci
Jan Vermeer
Angelo Sala
5th century; 1st studied light and how it reflected through a…
wrote earliest description of camera obscura
one of the 1st to adopt the camera obscura
recorded the darkening effects of silver nitrate on exposure…
Mo Ti
5th century; 1st studied light and how it reflected through a…
Leonardo Da Vinci
wrote earliest description of camera obscura
20 terms
History of Photography
Pinhole Camera
John Heinrich Schulze
Joseph Niépce
Louis Daguerre
-concept was originally thought of by Aristotle... -first put in…
-discovered silver nitrate darkens when exposed to light... -172…
-made the first fixed photograph... - the Heliograph... -1826... -Bitu…
-invented the Dagurreotype... -1839... -first commercially sold pho…
Pinhole Camera
-concept was originally thought of by Aristotle... -first put in…
John Heinrich Schulze
-discovered silver nitrate darkens when exposed to light... -172…
13 terms
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
Nicephore Nipce
Louis Deguerre
Kodak Brownie
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image called the Hel…
Invented the Dagurreotype in 1839.... It was the first commerci…
1900 Box roll film camera. Introduced low-cost photography to…
Camera Obscura
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
Nicephore Nipce
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image called the Hel…
20 terms
History of Photography
Pinhole Camera
John Heinrich Schulze
Joseph Niépce
Louis Daguerre
-concept was originally thought of by Aristotle... -first put in…
-discovered silver nitrate darkens when exposed to light... -172…
-made the first fixed photograph... - the Heliograph... -1826... -Bitu…
-invented the Dagurreotype... -1839... -first commercially sold pho…
Pinhole Camera
-concept was originally thought of by Aristotle... -first put in…
John Heinrich Schulze
-discovered silver nitrate darkens when exposed to light... -172…
42 terms
History of Photography
View of Delft [Holland], 1660... by Johan…
Sir John Herschel, 1867... by Julia Marga…
John Brown, 1847... by Augustus Washingto…
Frederick Douglass, 1847... by UNKNOWN(an…
View of Delft [Holland], 1660... by Johan…
Sir John Herschel, 1867... by Julia Marga…
13 terms
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
Nicephore Nipce
Louis Deguerre
Kodak Brownie
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image called the Hel…
Invented the Dagurreotype in 1839.... It was the first commerci…
1900 Box roll film camera. Introduced low-cost photography to…
Camera Obscura
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
Nicephore Nipce
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image called the Hel…
60 terms
History of Photography
Charles Marville... La Rue Chanoinesse... 1865
Berenice Abbott... Eugène Atget, Paris... 1927
Lotte Jacobi... Berenice Abbott, Photogra…
Berenice Abbott... Greenwich Village - Re…
Charles Marville... La Rue Chanoinesse... 1865
Berenice Abbott... Eugène Atget, Paris... 1927
22 terms
History of Photography
1913
1935
1948
1975
35mm Photography
Color Film
Polaroid Camera
First Digital Camera
1913
35mm Photography
1935
Color Film
15 terms
History of Photography
The First Cameras were called....
An image is said to be _____ if it is…
What material was used to replace the…
Duplicate prints were first made avail…
Camera Obscura
latent
glass
calotypes
The First Cameras were called....
Camera Obscura
An image is said to be _____ if it is…
latent
11 terms
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
Nicephore Nipce
Louis Deguerre
Richard Maddox
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image
1837 Invents a silver iodide permanent photographic process
1871 Inventor of the Dry Plate process of photography
Camera Obscura
A darkened chamber in which the real image of an object is fl…
Nicephore Nipce
1826 Creates the first permanent (fixed) image
65 terms
History Of Photography
E. Atget
B. Abbott
Art Photo III-Pictorialism
Secession Movement
-French Photographer ... -He made large format documentary photo…
-She buys half of Atget's photographs and the rest are in Par…
-The most important in the art photography... -It launches the 2…
-Linked Ring 1891-1892 (England) They separated themselves fr…
E. Atget
-French Photographer ... -He made large format documentary photo…
B. Abbott
-She buys half of Atget's photographs and the rest are in Par…
44 terms
History of Photography
Name: Alfred Stieglitz... Nationality: Am…
Name: Alfred Stieglitz... Nationality: Am…
Name: Claude Monet... Nationality: French…
Name: Alfred Stieglitz... Nationality: Am…
Name:... Nationality: ... Title:... Date:... Significance:
Name:... Nationality: ... Title:... Date:... Significance:
Name: ... Nationality: ... Title:... Date:... Significance:
Name: ... Nationality: ... Title: ... Date: ... Significance:
Name: Alfred Stieglitz... Nationality: Am…
Name:... Nationality: ... Title:... Date:... Significance:
Name: Alfred Stieglitz... Nationality: Am…
Name:... Nationality: ... Title:... Date:... Significance:
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
The First Photograph
1826
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
A dark room with a window that projects what is outside on th…
8 hour exposure
The first photograph was taken
Credited for taking the first photograph using a camera obscura
Camera Obscura
A dark room with a window that projects what is outside on th…
The First Photograph
8 hour exposure
61 terms
History of Photography
Burning with Desire
Camera Obscura
Silhouette
Heliography
quote from Geoffrey Batchen, to see and to create a likeness…
(Latin: "dark chamber") is an optical device that led to phot…
a shadowed contour, or outline of a person, a silhouette mach…
"sun writing" Joseph Nicephore Niepce created this
Burning with Desire
quote from Geoffrey Batchen, to see and to create a likeness…
Camera Obscura
(Latin: "dark chamber") is an optical device that led to phot…
62 terms
History of Photography
What was the first camera created?
Who is Nicephore Niepce?
Which year was Nicephore Niepce born?
In this year Nicephore Niepce he creat…
Camera Obscura
A french inventor
1765-1833
1816, Combined the camera obscura with photosensitive paper t…
What was the first camera created?
Camera Obscura
Who is Nicephore Niepce?
A french inventor
41 terms
History of photography
The Critic, 1943; Weegee
Victory Celebration, 1945; Weegee
Parade, 1955; Robert Frank
Rodeo, 1954, Robert Frank
The Critic, 1943; Weegee
Victory Celebration, 1945; Weegee
72 terms
History of Photography Quiz 4
Transnational Perspective
Digital Photography
*ANDREAS GURSKY
Feliz Gonzalez-Torres
Increasing globalization. Unprecedented internationality of p…
Really came into pay because of Sputnik and the Space Race.... S…
Large format architecture and landscape colour photographs.... S…
Portrait of Ross... "require the viewer to complete my art"... Aest…
Transnational Perspective
Increasing globalization. Unprecedented internationality of p…
Digital Photography
Really came into pay because of Sputnik and the Space Race.... S…
40 terms
History of Photography
PICTORIALISM... When was the Rise of Pict…
Pictorialism;
PICTORIALISM ... Julia Cameron
PICTORISLISM... Who said:... "combining the…
-1889... -start of WW1
-pianterly quality bc of soft, blurry focus ... -alterations in…
-1815-1879... -began photographing @ age 49 ... -mom/wife... -lives in…
Julia Cameron
PICTORIALISM... When was the Rise of Pict…
-1889... -start of WW1
Pictorialism;
-pianterly quality bc of soft, blurry focus ... -alterations in…
112 terms
History of Photography Exam 2
Maxime du Camp, Colossus of Memnon, 1850
Francis Frith, Fallen Colossus, Ramass…
Carelton Watkins, Yosemite Valley from…
Ansel Adams, Clearing Winter Storm, Yo…
commissioned by the French Ministry of Education to travel to…
"Faithful representations," very sterile, cataloging, British…
manifest destiny, he was commissioned by the U.S government t…
Romanticized idea of the west, famous photographer, only phot…
Maxime du Camp, Colossus of Memnon, 1850
commissioned by the French Ministry of Education to travel to…
Francis Frith, Fallen Colossus, Ramass…
"Faithful representations," very sterile, cataloging, British…
110 terms
History of Photography Test Two
Maxime du Camp, Colossus of Memnon (5)
Francis Frith, Fallen Colossus, Ramass…
Carleton Watkins, Yosemite Valley from…
Ansel Adams, Clearing Winter Storm, Yo…
- Contemporary to Gérôme's paintings... - Trying to provide a mo…
- Interested in contemporary culture... - Criticizing the remova…
A picture can do more than words to describe the west... - Used…
-Perpetuates power & knowledge... - The West is -- mysterious, m…
Maxime du Camp, Colossus of Memnon (5)
- Contemporary to Gérôme's paintings... - Trying to provide a mo…
Francis Frith, Fallen Colossus, Ramass…
- Interested in contemporary culture... - Criticizing the remova…
50 terms
History of Photography - Readings
Photography Theory - David Bate
The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanic…
Rhetoric of the Image - Roland Barthes *
Charles Marville's Old Paris - Maria M…
INTRODUCTION - Bate introduces the idea of photography genres…
Benjamin discusses the impact of photography on the appreciat…
Barthes deconstructs the language of an advertising image to…
Photographs of the Pre-Hausmannization of Paris when boulevar…
Photography Theory - David Bate
INTRODUCTION - Bate introduces the idea of photography genres…
The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanic…
Benjamin discusses the impact of photography on the appreciat…
91 terms
History of Photography Exam 3
Julia Margaret Cameron, Sir John Hersc…
Alfred Stieglitz, Winter on Fifth Aven…
Art
Pictorialism
Herschel - prominent scientist and mathematician; intense use…
supporter of modern art, German who migrates to the U.S; crea…
associated with a skill and can therefore refer to things suc…
Formulated theory to define the conventions of photographic p…
Julia Margaret Cameron, Sir John Hersc…
Herschel - prominent scientist and mathematician; intense use…
Alfred Stieglitz, Winter on Fifth Aven…
supporter of modern art, German who migrates to the U.S; crea…
116 terms
History of Photography Test One
Joseph Nicephore Niépce, View from the…
Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, Still Li…
William Henry Fox Talbot, Articles of…
William Henry Fox Talbot, The Open Doo…
1. First Heliograph using light sensitive material... 2. Expos…
1. Minute details, describes likeness, realism... 2. seems autom…
1. Calotypes can be artistic too & can compete with daguerr…
1. Appears in the Pencil of Nature... 2. Can be descriptive - li…
Joseph Nicephore Niépce, View from the…
1. First Heliograph using light sensitive material... 2. Expos…
Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, Still Li…
1. Minute details, describes likeness, realism... 2. seems autom…
14 terms
History of Photography
Light
Drawing
Camera Obscura
Obscura
Photos
Graph
First attempt at photography
Room or enclosure with small opening to let light in.
Light
Photos
Drawing
Graph
40 terms
History of Photography
1961- Eugene F Lally
CCD
George Smith and Willard Boyle
film-less camera
Mosaic Photo sensor
charge-coupled device, converts light into electric signals a…
built first video camera
Willis Adcock
1961- Eugene F Lally
Mosaic Photo sensor
CCD
charge-coupled device, converts light into electric signals a…
41 terms
History of Photography
Vermeer, View of Delft, 1662
Niepce, View from the Window at Gras,…
Talbot, Latticed Window Taken with the…
Daguerre, Still life, 1837
Vermeer, View of Delft, 1662
Niepce, View from the Window at Gras,…
40 terms
History of Photography
Johann Schulze
camera obscura
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
Bitumen of Judea
chemist - discovered effects of light on silver
device utilizing dark room/box with lenses and mirrors to pro…
"first photographer", used bitumen of Judea
tar-like substance used for print-making
Johann Schulze
chemist - discovered effects of light on silver
camera obscura
device utilizing dark room/box with lenses and mirrors to pro…
68 terms
Midterm:history of photography
View from the boulevard du temple (Dag…
1. Example to a daguerreotype... 2. inclu…
View from the window at Gras (Niepce)…
1. Heliograph/Heliotype - A method for…
Title/Artist/Location/Date
5-6 significances: View from the Boulevard Du Temple
Title/Artist/Location/Date
5-6 significances: View from the window at Gras
View from the boulevard du temple (Dag…
Title/Artist/Location/Date
1. Example to a daguerreotype... 2. inclu…
5-6 significances: View from the Boulevard Du Temple
100 terms
History of Photography
Early Perspective
Camera Obscura
Wedgewood
Niepce
systems for accuracy and mechanical truthfulness 1400-1600
(1500-1800) light/optics studies (400 BC -now). Produces imag…
- first photogram 1800,1801 (shadow print using Schulze's 172…
- did the same process at wedgwood 1815... - first permanent cam…
Early Perspective
systems for accuracy and mechanical truthfulness 1400-1600
Camera Obscura
(1500-1800) light/optics studies (400 BC -now). Produces imag…
8 terms
History of photography
Niepce
Daggeure
Talbot
Bayard
Daggeurotype
Calotype
Direct paper positive
Niepce
Daggeure
Daggeurotype
49 terms
History of Photography
Daguerreotype
Stereograph
Kodak
Bertillon System
The daguerreotype was the first commercially successful photo…
The stereograph, otherwise known as the stereogram, stereopti…
...
Alphonse Bertillon was a French police officer and biometrics…
Daguerreotype
The daguerreotype was the first commercially successful photo…
Stereograph
The stereograph, otherwise known as the stereogram, stereopti…
20 terms
History of Photography
William Eggleston, ... Greenwood, Mississ…
Andy Warhol... Marilyn Diptych, 1962 *Pop…
Aaron Siskind... Jerome, 1949
Aleksandr Rodchenko
William Eggleston, ... Greenwood, Mississ…
Andy Warhol... Marilyn Diptych, 1962 *Pop…
83 terms
History of Photography
James Balog, Greenland Ice Sheet, 2009…
Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907,…
Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Listen…
Abelardo Morrell, Camera Obscura Image…
- What it takes to take a photograph is often not fully conve…
- Chiaroscuro: contrast between light and darkness... - Class di…
- To what extent does title relate to photographs?... - Mystery…
- A little hole that reflects the street view outside onto a…
James Balog, Greenland Ice Sheet, 2009…
- What it takes to take a photograph is often not fully conve…
Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907,…
- Chiaroscuro: contrast between light and darkness... - Class di…
44 terms
History of Photography
Eastman
MB White
Hine
angel photos
made photography available to the masses (Kodak)
female photojournalist-did first cover of Life Magazine
used his photography to get child labor laws passed
pictures of deceased children
Eastman
made photography available to the masses (Kodak)
MB White
female photojournalist-did first cover of Life Magazine
32 terms
History of Photography
View from the window at las gras, Jose…
boulevard du temple, Daguerre, 1838
Byronia Dioca: an english wild vine, W…
Self portrait as a drowned man, Hippol…
View from the window at las gras, Jose…
boulevard du temple, Daguerre, 1838
39 terms
History of Photography
Joseph Nicephore Niepce. View from His…
Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre. Le Boule…
Hippolyte Bayard. Self-Portrait as a D…
Unknown Photographer. Frederick Dougla…
Joseph Nicephore Niepce. View from His…
Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre. Le Boule…
45 terms
History of Photography
The ___________ __________ was the for…
The first permanent picture was made by
Inventor of the daguerreotype
Much of the popularizing of photograph…
camera obscura
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre
George Eastman who put Kodak box camera on the market
The ___________ __________ was the for…
camera obscura
The first permanent picture was made by
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
77 terms
history of photography
road trip with his wife across the cou…
influenced by things we see everyday b…
lifted superficial veil of america, ex…
focuses on themes of celebrity infatua…
Frank, US 285, New Mexico, 1955
Frank, Fourth of July, 1955
Frank, Trolley, New Orleans, 1955
Frank, Movie Premiere, 1955
road trip with his wife across the cou…
Frank, US 285, New Mexico, 1955
influenced by things we see everyday b…
Frank, Fourth of July, 1955
15 terms
History of Photography
The First Cameras were called....
An image is said to be _____ if it is…
What material was used to replace the…
Duplicate prints were first made avail…
Camera Obscura
latent
glass
calotypes
The First Cameras were called....
Camera Obscura
An image is said to be _____ if it is…
latent
25 terms
photography history
how long has photography been around?
when were the first printed photograph…
when was the first recorded discovery…
the ______ figured it out even longer…
over 150 years
between 1816 and 1840
1725, Schultz
chinese
how long has photography been around?
over 150 years
when were the first printed photograph…
between 1816 and 1840
15 terms
Digital Photography History
George Eastman
La Roche
Louis Daguerre
Hamilton Smith
Created Kodak camera and film company. He popularized the use…
In 1760 he wrote a novel called Giphantie which is most famou…
He created the daguerreotype process of photography in 1839.
In 1856 he invented the tintype photographic process.
George Eastman
Created Kodak camera and film company. He popularized the use…
La Roche
In 1760 he wrote a novel called Giphantie which is most famou…
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