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History Of Photography 1878-1920

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Transcript of History Of Photography 1878-1920

Eadweard Muybridge
Birth Of Kodak and More 1878-1920
By: Arianna Clinton and Kelly Ho
Kodak
Returned to San Francisco and took up photography full-time
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Focused on landscape, animals and architectural subjects
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1872-With 12 cameras photographed a galloping horse in a sequence of shots
Made the zoopraxiscope
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Kodak Film
Gabriel Lippmann
1887 celluloid film base introduced
©Instructables
1891-Created a theory of colored pictures using natural color of light wavelengths
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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

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1888–The Kodak no°1 box camera, the first easy-to-use camera

William Kennedy Laurie Dickson

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©Historiccamera
1889 created kinetograph camera
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Worked with Thomas Edison
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Kinetoscope was made for films
Viewed by one person at a time through a peephole
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1891-Marketed first daylight-loading camera.
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oCuld reload the camera without using a darkroom
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1895-Pocket Kodak Camera was announced
Used roll film, had a small window, so positioning numbers for exposures can be read
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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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Color Photography
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Couldn't produce whole color spectrum
©Wikipedia
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
©Kodak
1912–Kodak Vest Pocket camera was released
©Jollinger
1917-Aerial cameras and during World War I
Kodak Innovation
©PacificRimCamera
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
©IMBD
First commercially successful color photography product
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