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Transcript of THE photography
The word photography is of Greek origin . It comes from photos , and would " draw or write with light ." According to the Encarta Encyclopedia 2004 , the
Photography is defined as " permanent procedure in which images are obtained on surfaces sensitized through the photochemical action of light or other forms of radiant energy . "
Photography and Camera are joined by a very strong bond , but differ from each other because the Photography is the art and the camera is the device that played .
We have a history of photography as Ibn al- Haitham (Arabic ), who observed the solar eclipses and moles. This pass was exposed by the moonlight rays irradiated by using a natural satellite small hole, which is reflected on the opposite wall of a dark room called Camera Oscura .
• 1820 , in France, the lithographer Joseph Nicephore Niepce conducted the first experiments related to obtaining photographs when exposed to sunlight impregnated plate
bitumen , soluble by the action of light.
• 1829 - Daguerre launched a practical method : the daguerreotype , which used copper plates
smeared with silver iodide and exhibited in wooden chambers . Then he realized that he could
get perfect images by applying silver iodide on paper and then on plates
• 1829 - Daguerre launched a practical method : the daguerreotype , which used copper plates smeared with silver iodide and exhibited in wooden chambers . Then he realized that he could
get perfect images by applying silver iodide on paper and then on plates glass .
• In 1840 a British scientist at Cambridge University called William Henry Fox Talbot
made similar experiments to those of Daguerre , through chemical transformations of products
sensitive . These had a negative result of which could be drawn copies.
• In 1851 , Frederick Scott Archer British allowed another evolution in photography by applying a
Nitrocellulose mixture with alcohol and ether known as collodion , which allowed to perform glass negatives . This system connected the advantages of the daguerreotype and calotype . However, the
Photographer should sensitize the plate immediately before exposure and leverage the emulsion while he was wet .
• In 1854 , the Frenchman André- Adolphe- Eugène Disdéri published the most famous portrait - called
" Card" - to use multiple negatives in a single glass plate , which were obtained
small reproductions .
• in 1855. photographs could only be done in black and white, but in 1861 they knew the
fundamental principles of color photography .
• In 1887 Eadweard Muybridge, took photographs of the successive phases of the movement of a figure.
The artists were influenced by this experiment , especially those painted horse racing
• In 1888 George Eastman (founder of Kodak) launched a new consistent method of applying the
responsive to a flexible celluloid film layer so that the negative could be stored rolls . As a result , the photographer left the lab at home, and the team was easier . In the early twentieth century , photographers like Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen encouraged the emergence of publications and organizing photographic exhibitions , working closely with the trends contemporary art .
• In 1907 , Auguste and Louis Lumière established glass plates for photographs
colors . These plates were named Autochromes Lumière .
one of the first uses of photography were the post- mortem photos were photos taken by famousartists. When people die , their relatives combed their makeup and dressed in their bestd resses to keep them alive . And take pictures with them .
The simplest thing you need to know about photography are: planes, keys of positions, camera modes and technics.
keys of positions for objects