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History Of Photography 1878-1920
Transcript of History Of Photography 1878-1920
Birth Of Kodak and More 1878-1920
By: Arianna Clinton and Kelly Ho
Returned to San Francisco and took up photography full-time
Focused on landscape, animals and architectural subjects
1872-With 12 cameras photographed a galloping horse in a sequence of shots
Made the zoopraxiscope
1887 celluloid film base introduced
1891-Created a theory of colored pictures using natural color of light wavelengths
Narrow range of angles caused problems
Absorption of moisture increased thickness of the film
Shifted the colors to longer wavelengths
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1889-The first commercially available transparent celluloid roll film
1888–The Kodak no°1 box camera, the first easy-to-use camera
William Kennedy Laurie Dickson
1889 created kinetograph camera
Worked with Thomas Edison
Kinetoscope was made for films
Viewed by one person at a time through a peephole
1891-Marketed first daylight-loading camera.
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oCuld reload the camera without using a darkroom
1895-Pocket Kodak Camera was announced
Used roll film, had a small window, so positioning numbers for exposures can be read
Cameras and Production
1898-Folding Pocket Kodak Camera
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1907–Autochrome plate introduced from Lumiere brothers
1900–Introduces Brownie, cheap reloadable point-and-shoot box camera
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Couldn't produce whole color spectrum
1908–Kinemacolor was invented
Red and green color process
"Natural color" for cinematography
1909–Kodak announces "safety" motion picture film, changes film base
1911-Motion picture industry discontinues it
1912–Kodak Vest Pocket camera was released
1917-Aerial cameras and during World War I
1914–Introduces Autographic film system
The World, the Flesh and the Devil first film in Kinemacolor was released
Offers Navy cellulose acetate to produce unbreakable lenses for gas masks
First commercially successful color photography product