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Photography Timeline

By Ella Deeken
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on 21 December 2010

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Transcript of Photography Timeline

The History of Photography Timeline In 1826, Joseph Nicephore Niepce
created the first permanent image inside
a camera obscura. This is a picture of the countryside in Le Gras, France. (World Book) (Picture from The World's First Photograph) In 1839, the first photo of a person was made by Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre. This is a photo of a street in Paris and was made using Daguerre's freshly invented daguerreotype process and a camera obscura. (National Geographic) (Picture from First Picture of a person) In 1904 French scientists Auguste and Louis Lumiere created the first means of making photograps in color, the autochrome plate. (World Book) The first digital camera was created in 1975 by Steven Sasson, an Eastman Kodak electrical engineer. (World Book)(Picture from World First Digital Camera (1975)) The first bird's-eye image was made in 1858. (National Geographic) (Picture from 1858-First photo from the air) The first color photograph was made in 1861 by a Scottish physicist named James Clerk Maxwell. (National Geographic)(Picture from The first color photograph) The first photograph of an individual snow crystal was made on January 15, 1885 by Wilson a. Bentley, also known as "Snowflake Bentley". He died in December, 1931 if pneumonia after walking home in a blizzard. (Snowflake Bentley and SNOWFLAKES FOR SALE) (Picture from SNOWFLAKES FOR SALE) The first underwater color photo was made in 1926 by ichthyologist William Longley and a staff photographer for National Georaphic named Charles Martin. This photo was made in Florida's Dry Tortugas. (National Geographic) (Picture from First Underwater Color Photos) The first high-speed photography images were made in the 1940's by Dr. Harold Edgerton, also nicknamed "Papa Flash". (National Geogrphic) (Picture from mark's blog) The first photo taken from space was made in 1946. It was captured by a 35-millimeter camera attached to a German V-2 missile. The picture is of the Earth. (National Geogrphic) (Picture from UNCONVENTIONAL SPACE) Johann von Maedler fist used the term photography in 1839 as an anonymous writer with the initials J.M. (The Begginings of Photography) Calotype, the first practical negative-positeve photography process was invented in September of 1840 by William Henry Fox Talbot. (The American Museum of Photography) The first Kodak camera came out in 1888. It contained a 20 foot roll of paper and was enough for one-hundred 2.5 inch diameter pictures. (Photo.net) (Picture from The first Kodak camera, 1888 In 2100, I think that digital cameras will be the size of a standard pen, with a preview of the image that can project to a 10 ft. X 10 ft. picture on any surface. In 2075, I think that people will make a periscope-camera, that can record HD videos or just high-resolution pictures that enable people to get a crisper view of people and share it with others. In the very-far future, I think that there will be pictures that connect to your brain and eyes, so that you can instantly take a picture of something you see just by thinking it without a camera.
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