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Transcript of Photography
and γραφή (graphê), meaning "drawing or writing", together meaning "drawing with light". Etymology T In simpler terms, photography is a combination of many skills, and is based on recording light either by exposing light-sensitive film or a digital image sensor for certain amounts of time. " The art of photography started long before, cameras, lenses, chemicals or film got involved. It started with the camera obscura. The Beginning This is the first photo successfully taken and preserved with a Camera Obscura, by Joseph Niepce. Over the next 50 years, many changes and improvements came along such as negative prints and eventually, hand held cameras. " Louis Daguerre ( 1787 - 1851 ) In 1888, after the invention of flexible-roll film, George Eastman put the first simple use camera on the market. In 1889 founded the Eastman Kodak Company. The first photo ever taken! 1889 2011 The popularity of the Kodak company and the success of their products grew steadily over the years, until around 1984. They were eventually overshadowed by larger, more advanced companies and in January 2012 filed for bankruptcy protection. Twenty two years later, the Kodak company introduced the first hand-held, black and white camera that was accessible to the middle class. The "Brownie" The Fuji Photo Film Company, now known as Fujifilm, was founded in 1934. Three years later, Polaroid was founded. These two companies, and the creation of the SLR camera, brought much more attention to the art form than ever before. Hi Emily!!! :)
we can chat this way Louis Daguerre was the inventor of the first practical process of photography. In 1829, he formed a partnership with Joseph Nicephore Niepce. Joseph Nicephore Niepce ( 1765 - 1833 ) THE END. The daguerreotype In business ! ...continued These diagrams show how SLR's and DSLR's work, in a simple and effective way. In 1969, George Smith and William Boyle created the basis of all modern-day digital photography and film; the CCD (Charge-Coupled Device). By 1975 it was evolved enough to record television. This is a modern CCD chip - More advanced cameras use a "beam splitter" to split the light and send it to separate red, green and blue filters. - Cheaper cameras use "sensor rotation" and take 3 images per red, green and blue sensor, which are then combined. There are three ways of recording the proper colors of an image. - The cheapest method is to place a permanent color filter over the image which, very accurately, guesses the colors of the image and "de-mosaic's" them. This is called the "Bayer Filter Pattern" The digital age of photos truly brought the art of photography to anyone and everyone. It is no longer necessary to buy and maintain many large, expensive, and heavy pieces of equipment (lenses, flash, body), nor is it required to learn many skills and specific settings to properly capture an image. The revolution of SLR cameras The Birth of Digital Photography How an image is recorded.. There is a huge range of point-and-shoot, easy to use cameras for people who aren't looking to become professionals. There is also a very sizable range of medium to high experience cameras for those looking to further their photography skills and/or career. I sent back your essay, with commentary, im gonna go to bed soon, but if there is anything, text me :) PHOTOGRAPHY TIME ...