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History of Photography
Transcript of History of Photography
PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERA OBSCURA The camera obscura is a device that projects an image of its surroundings on a screen. It is used in drawing and for entertainment, and was one of the inventions that led to photography and the camera. The device is a box with a hole in one side. You can also have a dark room with a hole in which is known as a camera obscura too. Light from a scene passes through the hole and makes an image on a wall, upside-down, but with colour. Joseph Nicéphore
Niépce. The French inventor Joseph Nicéphore Niépce created the invention and development of the camera and the creation of permanant images in 1826. In 1888, George Eastman invented dry, transparent, and flexible, photographic film (or rolled photography film) and the Kodak cameras that could use the new film.
George Eastman was an avid photographer and became the founder of the Eastman Kodak company. First Kodak Josh Herschel was an experimental photographer . He made many contributions to the science of photography. In 1939 he invented the cyanotype or other known as the blueprint process. He made the blueprint process so he could copy his notes. John Herschel Henry Fox Talbot created the
photo negative in 1835. Henry Fox Talbot Latticed window in Lacock Abbey
in 1835 by Talbot is a print from
the oldest photographic negative
in existence First Moving picture Animated sequence of a race horse galloping.
Photos taken by Eadweard Muybridge (died 1904),
first published in 1887 at Philadelphia
(Animal Locomotion). The development.
First digital camera- 1975 by Steven Sasson
First camera phone- 2002 Sanyo SCP-5300