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photography!

The history behind the camera - educational purpose
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Silvana Escobar

on 13 November 2012

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Frederick Scott Archer invented the Collodion process. Images needed only two or three seconds of light exposure.(for clearance) photography by silvana escobar "photography" is the art of recording history, memories, or whatever you see and want it to be recorded. It's a wonderful world so why not enjoy it? please enjoy ''photography'' is derived by the greek words photos (light) and Graphein (to draw). This terms were first used by a famous scientist Sir John F.W Herschel in 1839. The first camera started as simple boxes like this one. As you see it was boring with no effects or colour but you would see it really high-tech. No one really knows who invented the camera. Some say it was design before Christ others say: chinese or greeks invented it, or that Johann Heinrich Schulze invented it some even say that Joseph Nicephore Niepce, Louis-Jacques-Mande or George Eastman were the very first inventors... but really it stays a mystery for the inventor to know and for us to find out... 4th and 5th century B.C. Chinese and greek philosophers describe the basic principles of optics and the camera vs 1021 A.D IBN Al-Haytham (author of 'book of optics') gave the first clear description and analysis of the "camera obscura'' 1664-1666 Isaac Newton discovers that white light is composed of many colors 1727 Johann Heinrich Schulze discovered that silver can change color when contact with light 1794 First panorama opens, invented by Robert Barker 1822 Joseph Nicephore Niepce takes first photographic image with the camera Obscura, although it took 8 hours for light exposure. Unluckily it faded 1837 Daguerre did the first daguerreotype (the first image that was fixed and did not fade and needed under thirty minutes of light exposure). 1841 William Henry Talbot invents the Calotype process: the first negative-positive process which allows many copies. 1843 Yes, Philadelphia made the first advertisement with a photograph. 1851 stereoscope viewer invented, by :Oliver Wendell Holmes 1861 1865 Photographs and photographic negatives (or any other kind of photograph) are copyright protected. later on...


things started changing...

1888 later on, Eastman patents Kodak roll-film camera. 1884 they invent flexible, paper-based photographic film. 1880 Eastman Dry Plate Company founded. 1898 Reverend Hannibal Goodwin makes a cool makeover to the celluloid photographic film. 1900 First popular marketing camera - the Brownie. 1913/1914 First 35mm (still camera) was developed. 1927 General Electric invents the modern flash bulb. 1932 First light meter with photoelectric cell introduced. For the ones who don't know what photoelectric cell means, its a way to get energy with light (as in a light bulb). 1935 Eastman Kodak markets: Kodachrome film. 1941 Eastman Kodak introduces: Kodacolor negative film. 1942 Chester Carlson gets the chance to patent electric photography (professionals call it xerography).And well, he did it! 1948 Edwin Land markets the Polaroid camera. 1954 Eastman Kodak introduces: high speed Tri-X film. 1960 EG&G develops "extreme depth underwater camera" for U.S. Navy. 1963 Polaroid introduces :instant color film. 1968 Photograph of the Earth from the moon was taken. 1973 Polaroid introduces "one-step instant photography" with the: SX-70 camera. 1977 George Eastman and Edwin Land inducted into the "National Inventors Hall of Fame". *inducted means: to introduce a member to an organization 1978 Konica (a company) introduces first "point-and-shoot", auto-focus camera. It was a big advance. 1980 Sony demonstrates first consumer camcorder (camera which can also capture sound as a recorder) a 2 in 1 product. 1984 Canon demonstrates first electronic still camera. 1985 Pixar introduces digital imaging processor. 1990 Eastman Kodak announces Photo CD as a digital image storage medium. or in other words:
a place to keep photos Now, days you can take photos with a computer, phone, iPod, modern cameras, any of those electrical stuff which includes colors, effects, etc, etc. And if you don't know what I've just said previously, well i think you must be a bit ancient... But who cares! if you know what photography is, then you are fine if not, well someday you will...
Maybe even 2day (its a modern way to speak now days, no... just kidding) with this power point! examples special thanks wiki answers for the information my family for supporting me my dad for lending me some of his cameras you for being patient enough to see this
Thanks for watching, this is my ICT school project related to the mp3 IPC topic. Apologies if any picture was not filtered properly for this activity. This activity is for educational purposes only. Thanks https://docs.google.com/a/abc-net.edu.sv/document/d/1NMSu5YPj96LUE9qi3KBqDYtDteS3RdgEZnwLG1TTOzw/edit#
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