The field of photography has advanced rapidly in its 150-year existence. Photography helped improve the fields of science, medicine, and entertainment.
The first photographs were captured with zinc and cooper plates. As lenses improved, exposure time was reduced. The Kodak M1 was the first portable camera.
Photography cameras capture images in a similar manner to the human eye. The lens captures the image and focuses it onto the film.
Early film was delicate and difficult to handle. The material coating the film modifies when exposed to light. Color film contains three layers.
The first photograph was taken in 1822. Developments in lenses, film, and cameras made photography a common part of daily life.
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Photography was invented more than 150 years ago and allows us to freeze a moment in time. This program briefly covers the important figures of photography, including Niepce, Daguerre, Talbot, Eastman, Kodak, Mannes, and Godowski. It will also cover the components of a camera, the composition of film, and the color spectrum. Lastly, it will explore the major fields in which photography is used: reporting, fashion, biology, art, artificial satellites, and more!
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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