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Daguerre - Still Life In Studio

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Laurinda Mary

on 6 December 2013

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1926-1932
1935-1943
1894-1902
Kodak Brownie Box Camera 2A
Eastman Kodak bellows camera, Model No. 1A Pocket Kodak
Antique Agfa SHUR-SHOT Camera
Daguerre - Still Life In Studio
Introduction!
Comparison
Bust of Patroclus, 1843

William Henry Fox Talbot
British Photographer 1800-1877

Salted Paper Print From Paper Negative
(5 7/8 x 5 11/16 in)


Shows a plaster cast of a hellenistic marble head of Patroclus
The First Photograph
Laurinda Ralph &
Chrissy Sieben

Formal Analysis
Included busts and casts
Reflected light well
Would not move for the long exposures
Lent an aura of "art" to pictures made by mechanical means

Historical Overview
1997
1966
The Minolta Hi-Matic 7S
KIEV 88
* 1830's France



During the summer of 1827 a Frenchman, Joseph NIcephore Niepce used the Camera Obscura to capture the first photograph.

He created a mixture of asphalt and oil, and placed it on pewter to develop this first photo.

From 1829-(his death in)1833, Niepce worked with Daguerre.

1844
1843
Daguerrotype Exposure Times
* 1839, 15-30 mins.
* 1841, 20-90 secs.
* 1842, 10-60 secs.
Revolution of 1830
Revolution in July 1830 and election of Louis Philippe as king (for 18yrs.)
Daguerre would include shells and fossils for similar reasons, and also for scientific purposes
Captures a range of tones
Great contrast
Strong, bold lines
Able to capture details
texture
tone
three dimensionality (form)
Inspired by Dutch still life's that reveal texture and shape
Composition
Depth illusion with overlap
Creates perspective
Balance between light and dark
Negative space and objects
Diagonals placed to draw eyes to center
Most interesting subjects placed slightly off from center (either below or to the right)
Blurred edges pull you in towards the subject
Happy coincidence
Early photography
Similar subject
Captures illusion of volume
Holds the darks and lights
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