Introduction to photography

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Carles Solanes Solanes

film. Niépce's invention represents the origin of today's photography. in the Burgundy region of France. or more specifically. • Niepce used this camera (called camera obscura). the world's first permanent photograph. and other media arts. • . Le Gras. was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827. The image shows the view from an upstairs window at Niépce's estate.HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY • The first photograph.

• And after 8 hours of exposition of the zinc plate. and several chemical products… View from the Window at Le Gras .

take the first nude photograph. Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre.• In 1839. .

• In 1840 was taken the first human subject photograph. The photograph was taken by William Henry Fox Talbot. • • • .

• . USA.• The first aerial photograph was taken by James Wallace in 1860. It’s Boston.

• 1861. first color photograph. • . This is a photograph of a tartan ribbon. It was taken by James Clerk Maxwell.

• 1877. • • . First Color Landscape. The photo is called “Landscape of Southern France”. Was taken by Louis Arthur Ducos du Hauron.

• The 24th of october of1946. we took the first photography of the heart from the space! • .

and a roll of about 100 exposures loaded in it. Kodak’s very first camera. he/she sent the camera back to Kodak for developing. The camera was basically a box with a shutter. the camera has become a household possession. which was a rather expensive price at the time. It was about $100-150. Since the Kodak. When one finished the roll. and the developed pictures and the camera were sent back to them.• The first camera available to the public was the  Kodak no. • . lens. 1.

Actual photography Man Ray .

Mario Testino .

Yago Partal .

Annie Leibovitz .

A film: A Trip to the Moon Georges Méliès (1902) • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FrdVdKlxUk .

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