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Transcript of Photography Timeline
and darkens compounds in light. First permanent photo ever taken in 1826 by
a French inventor named Joseph Nicéphore Niépce using asphalt and lavender oil on a pewter plate. November 26, 1948: The first instant camera, the
Polaroid Land Model 95, sells for $89.75.
Created by Edwin Land. In 1839 Louis Daguerre reduced camera exposure time to less than 30 minutes without the picture fading in light. He called his new process the daguerreotype. In 1851 Frederick Scott Archer invented the Collodion process - images required only two or three seconds of light exposure and could replicate images. In 1861 a Scottish physicist James Clerk-Maxwell demonstrates a color photography system involving three black and white photographs, each taken through a red, green, or blue filter. The photos were turned into lantern slides and projected in registration with the same color filters called color separation. October 1862 Mathew Brady published the first war pictures in his gallery from the Battle of Antietam. Mathew Brady's photo of Lincoln taken Febuary 27, 1860 the day of his Cooper Union Speech.
1835 William Henry fox Talbot made the first film positive by using a common salt solution. His process was called calotype. 1836 William Henry Fox Talbot creates a shadowgraph where he placed objects on his sensitized paper and exposed it to light. 1871, the dry plate was invented, a glass negative plate with a dried gelatin emulsion. With this invention portable dark rooms were no longer needed. In 1889, George Eastman invented film with a base that was flexible, unbreakable, and could be rolled. In 1935, Kodak introduced the first modern "integral tripack" color film and called it Kodachrome. December 1975, Kodak engineer Steve Sasson created the first digital camera. Patented in 1903 by the Lumière brothers in France and first marketed in 1907, it was the principal color photography process in use before the advent of subtractive color film in the mid-1930s. Kodak SLICE released in 2010.
Touch screen, easy share camera. Smallest camera in the world is a tiny cylinder measuring only 4.4mm in diameter and 15mm in length, capable of 320x240 pixel QVGA capture (2007). January 2003 SiPix StyleCam releases
Blink, smallest digital camera at the time. Samsung releses smallest 8mp camera in the
world in 2011. About the size of a coin. Cady Baldwin