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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…
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History of Photography
Niepse
Daguerre
stieglitz
strand
not on final
Niepse
not on final
Daguerre
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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
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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…
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…
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…
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…
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
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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…
13 terms
History of photography
Joseph Nicphore Niepce
Henry Fox Talbot
Harold Edgerton
Dorothea Lange
Made first permanent photographic image. Invented camera obsc…
Invented the salted paper and calotype processes.Pressed a le…
He used strobe lights to freeze images and capture what the h…
Took portraits of displaced farmers during the Great Depressi…
Joseph Nicphore Niepce
Made first permanent photographic image. Invented camera obsc…
Henry Fox Talbot
Invented the salted paper and calotype processes.Pressed a le…
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,…
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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…
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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
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
Joseph Niepce
Louis Deguerre
Mathew Brady
Ancestors to cameras used today.
-First permanent photographic image... -Required 8 hour exposure
-Exposure time was anywhere from 5-40 minutes... -Considered "Fa…
-Civil war... -Photographed Lincoln
Camera Obscura
Ancestors to cameras used today.
Joseph Niepce
-First permanent photographic image... -Required 8 hour exposure
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History of Photography
Niépce
Daguerre
1839 Cornelius
1871 Maddox
1826 First permanent photograph using Heliography
1883-1839 He creates images on silver-plated copper, coated w…
First selfie taken
Gelatin dry plate; used to capture first photo sequence to sh…
Niépce
1826 First permanent photograph using Heliography
Daguerre
1883-1839 He creates images on silver-plated copper, coated w…
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
5 terms
History of Photography
Fading Away... Henry Peach Robinson... 1858…
Pendant l'eclipse... Eugene Atget... 1912... Fr…
Shells... Edward Weston... 1927... United State…
Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California... Dor…
Fading Away... Henry Peach Robinson... 1858…
Pendant l'eclipse... Eugene Atget... 1912... Fr…
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
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
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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…
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History of Photography 3
Rejlander, Two Ways of Life, 1857 (Wet…
Henry Peach Robinson, Fading Away, 185…
Cameron, Vivian and Merlin, 1875 (wet-…
Clarence White, Spring, 1898 (photogra…
- Present himself as artist... - Manipulated, constructed... - To p…
- Follower of Rejlander... - Storytelling, fiction, narratives... ~…
- Give different identities based on literature... - Fictional p…
- Photo-secession: what was significant about a photograph wa…
Rejlander, Two Ways of Life, 1857 (Wet…
- Present himself as artist... - Manipulated, constructed... - To p…
Henry Peach Robinson, Fading Away, 185…
- Follower of Rejlander... - Storytelling, fiction, narratives... ~…
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:
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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…
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…
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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…
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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…
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
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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
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…
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
History of Photography
Photography means-
the word photography was first used in-
What type of camera did the Chinese wr…
What does camera obscura mean?
writing with light
1839
Pinhole Camera, 400 B.C
Dark room.
Photography means-
writing with light
the word photography was first used in-
1839
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General Photography and History
Glossy paper
Shutter
Safe light
Film grain
photo paper that looks smooth and shiny on the surface
The camera part that open and closes to let in specific amoun…
The red light that lights up the darkrrom but will not expose…
the clumps of silver deposites that on film or paper that len…
Glossy paper
photo paper that looks smooth and shiny on the surface
Shutter
The camera part that open and closes to let in specific amoun…
History of Photography
Lewis Hine
Lewis Muybridge
Etienne-Jules Marey
Thomas Edison
-Documentary photography... -Immigrants=pilgrims... -Child labor an…
-Photographer of motion ... -Horses= Gallop all 4 hoofs off the…
Time motion photography (high speed) Big influence after moti…
Kinetoscope scope
Lewis Hine
-Documentary photography... -Immigrants=pilgrims... -Child labor an…
Lewis Muybridge
-Photographer of motion ... -Horses= Gallop all 4 hoofs off the…
12 terms
history of photography
Photography
Brownie
Camera Obscura
Catotype
the art/practice of taking and processing photographs
first camera accessible to the common person
a device used by Renaissance painters that would help them cr…
process where negatives were made using paper coated with sil…
Photography
the art/practice of taking and processing photographs
Brownie
first camera accessible to the common person
History of photography
Camera obscura
Johann Schultz
Thomas Wedgwood
Nicephore niepce
A box with a hole on the side of it; no light can get into th…
Scientist that discovered silver nitrate would darken when li…
Created negative images through coating paper with silver nit…
First permanent photograph; exposure time lasted for hours
Camera obscura
A box with a hole on the side of it; no light can get into th…
Johann Schultz
Scientist that discovered silver nitrate would darken when li…
History of Photography
Camera obscura
Robert Boyle
Angelo Sala
Johann Schulz
Box/ dark room with a pinhole... Light oasses through the hole a…
Used silver chloride turned dark under exposure 1600s
Used powdered nitrate of silver ms is blackened by the sun (e…
Used silver nitrate to change color when exposed to light 1700s
Camera obscura
Box/ dark room with a pinhole... Light oasses through the hole a…
Robert Boyle
Used silver chloride turned dark under exposure 1600s
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history of photography
1666
1725
1758
1801
Isaac Newton Demonstrated that light is the source of color.…
Johann Schulze Discovered the darkening of silver salts by th…
Dolland Developed the Achromatic telescope lens, this improve…
Thomas Young Suggested that the retina at the back of the eye…
1666
Isaac Newton Demonstrated that light is the source of color.…
1725
Johann Schulze Discovered the darkening of silver salts by th…
History of photography
invented the Kodak camera
When was the "Starlite" invented?
the first camera
demonstrated that light is the source…
George Eastman
1900
Camera Obscura
Issac Newton
invented the Kodak camera
George Eastman
When was the "Starlite" invented?
1900
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History of Photography
William Henry Fox Talbot
Camera Obscura
Calotype
Ambrotype
invented the calotype
dark chamber... pinhole camera... used to view the eclipse of the s…
reproducable... printed on paper... people didn't like it
negative on glass, turned positive when put on a dark backgro…
William Henry Fox Talbot
invented the calotype
Camera Obscura
dark chamber... pinhole camera... used to view the eclipse of the s…
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…
History of photography
300 BC
1700s
Late 1700s
1800s
Greeks noticed that an image could be project through a small…
Drawing aid username camera Obscura ... No way to fix the image
(German) sultż... Noticed that silver nitrate darkens when expos…
Wedgwood ( UK) potter ... Insect wings and leaves with chemical…
300 BC
Greeks noticed that an image could be project through a small…
1700s
Drawing aid username camera Obscura ... No way to fix the image
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
20 terms
History of Photography
George Eastman
Edwin Land
Edward Curtis
Paul Strand
founder of Kodak
founder of polaroid/land camera
showed what Native Americans were looked at by the public
inventor of the Straight photography movement
George Eastman
founder of Kodak
Edwin Land
founder of polaroid/land camera
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History of Photography Terms- midterm
Louis JM Daguerre
Daguerrotype
Joseph Niépse
William Henry Fox Talbot
one of the earliest photographers- worked in Paris in the 183…
introduced in 1839- first publicly announced photography proc…
French inventor of photography- worked with Daguerre and heli…
British photographer working in the 1850s- used the calotype…
Louis JM Daguerre
one of the earliest photographers- worked in Paris in the 183…
Daguerrotype
introduced in 1839- first publicly announced photography proc…
History of Photography
1913
1935
1948
1975
35mm Photography
Color Film
Polaroid Camera
First Digital Camera
1913
35mm Photography
1935
Color Film
History of Photography
Camera Obscura
Johann Heinrich Schulze
Joseph Niepce
Thomas Wedgewood
Founded by 10 centruy arabs wth light shining through a hole…
Discovers that some chemicals stored by a window changing col…
He made a photographic camera from a jewel box and simple lens
He made a whole series of photograms using sliver metals
Camera Obscura
Founded by 10 centruy arabs wth light shining through a hole…
Johann Heinrich Schulze
Discovers that some chemicals stored by a window changing col…
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