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Photography and the Industrial Revolution
Transcript of Photography and the Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution
A french inventor who experimented with chemicals in the beggining industrial revolution also invented the first permanent photo etching in 1822.
he worked with niepce to find a new process that took less time then usual several hours the old process took
James Clerk Maxwell
Although a physicist, Maxwell created the first color photography in 1861 using his "three color separation Principle."
How it works!
The camera is a device For taking photographs by letting light from an image fall briefly onto a sensitized film, usually by means of a lens-and-shutter mechanism. It provided pictures for later use.
Before the Camera
Before the camera the only way to document or save moments in life was through writing, drawing, and talking about it. With the new technology of the camera you can save the fun moments in life with a picture. It was also easy to document things that were important.
This was what the first cameras looked like it was called a camera obscura
The First Camera
The first camera was made in Paris, France. Brazil and England were the next to follow. This invention changed some peoles lifes because you were able to keep and cherish these pictures
What is the Industrial Revolution?
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840. During the industrial revolution was the camera.
How did the camera help people?
The Camera helped change life in many ways good and bad. People could document and save precious moments in life.
Machines in the Industrial Revolution
The new machines of the Industrial Revolution could do the work of 5 men. You could produce faster, easier, And of mass production.
A great Inventor in photographic technology. George Eastman was from Rochester, New York.