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History of Photography
BCE = Before the Common Era
CE = Common Era
300-399 = 4th Century
900-999 = 10th Century
Dating
Timeline
5th Century BCE
Chinese philosopher Mo-Ti first to observe of an inverted image that formed as rays of light passed through a pinhole into a dark room
Aristotle experienced the same phenomena,
named it: camera obscura
4th Century BCE
A convex lens and mirror were added to the camera
obscura allowing for an enhanced image.
16th Century CE
1827
Joseph Nicephore Niepce permanently affixed an image to a surface which he called a heliograph
Exposed a pewter plate for 8 hours
1837
Sir John F. W. Herschel coined the term photography
From the Greek
Phos = Light
Graphein = To write or draw
1839
Jacque Louis Mande Daguerre invented the practical practice of photography
Daguerreotype
Daguerreotype
J.T. Zealy
Jack
William Henry Fox Talbot invented the Calotype
1841
Exposed plain, sensitized writing paper to light
Calotype
Calotype
1851
Frederick Scott Archer invented the wet collodion process
Exposed a sensitized glass plate to light
Collodion Process
Collodion Process
Carleton Watkins
River View, Cathedral Rock, Yosemite, 1861
Collodion Process
Carleton Watkins
Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, California c. 1865
1871
Dr. Richard Maddox invented the gelatin negative
1888
George Eastman created the box camera that came preloaded with film
Box Camera
Medium Format
Medium Format
1900
Invention of the Brownie Camera
Brownie Camera
Could be reloaded with film
Cost $1
1913
First commercially available 35mm camera produced
Tourist Multiple
Small Format
Small Format
1935
The first 35mm camera produced
Russian "Sport"
Single Lens Reflex (SLR)
Single Lens Reflex (SLR)
: Camera with a single lens, a mirror and prism
1963
The first Polaroid camera produced
1978
The first point and shoot camera produced
1916
First Rangefinder camera produced
1840s/50s
First view camera produced
View Camera
Large Format
1984
Steve Sasson invented the first digital camera
Negatives are 4 x 5" or larger
Largest in existence is 6 x 4.5'
Leica M9
Nikon SP
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