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History of Photography

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Edward Muybridge The exposed wet plates have to be ______________ immediately.
Camera Obscura He accidently created the first photo-sensitive compound.
Leonardo da Vinci First coined the phrase camera obscura.
Lecia Lens Polariod camera developed negative and postivie this way.
Calotype James Maxwell Clerk made this for the first time.
Tintypes Thomas Wedgwood created these by putting objects on leather treated with Silver Nitrate.
Color photograph Painter used photograpers to assist in this.
Amatuer The negative to positive process permitted this.
Photography He developed a portrait lens that is 10X faster.
Yellow Stone Matthew Brady and Alexander Gardner documented the photos of this event.
Wet This word means to "write with light".
Daguerrotype A partnership developed between Painter and Photographers during this time.
Louis Niepce Means "dark room".
Negative Talbot coated paper with his compond and called it this meaning beautiful in Greek.
Snapshot He was given partial credit for the invention of photography.
Louis Daguerre He discovered that Mercury vapor is the perfect fixing agent.
Mercury vapor They became the first photographers based on their observations.
Nadar Louise Daguerre developed this type of photograph.
Gelatin Dr. Paul Rudolph the Precision Lens called this.
Italians Substitued a lens for the pinhole.
Professor Schulze Talbot produced the first _________________ image.
Kodak He did a time-sequenced photo.
Darkroom Roger Fentons photos were exhibited in ____________ and Paris.
Proportioning Daguerre found this to be the best fixing agent.
Talbot Developed the Electronic Flash.
Silver Salts Julia Margaret Cameron was the most remarkable _____________.
Francis Frith Richard Leach Maddox proposed the use of an emulsion of gelatin and silver bromide on a glass plate and was the ___________ process.
London This brand of camera came loaded with 100 pictures and cost $25.
Zeiss Tessar The Brownie by George Eastman popularized the concept of this.
Joseph Petzual Oscar Barnack developed this.
Edwin Herbert Land Roger Fenton outfitted a wagon with this.
Danielo Barbaro Developed the Polaroid Land Camera.
Sun Pictures James Ambrose Cutting patented Archers wet collodion method under this name.
Impractical Because of William Henry Jackson's photos congress decided to name this park the first National Park.
Simultaneously Invented Kodak number one box camera.
Harold Edgerton Considered the Father of Modern Photography
Unlimited reproductions He took first Aerial shot.
Returned The Collodion plates had to be exposed while ____________.
Hamilton Smith Are used as a darkening agent.
Pictures This replaced the Collodoin in Dry Plate method.
George Eastman Niepce was unhappy with the phoographic process at the time because it was ___________________.
Civil War He patented Tintypes.
Dry Plate He described the principle of Camera Obscura.
Egyptians Spreading Collodion on tin rather than glass are called.
Victorian Era Roger Fenton too 300 of these.
Ambrotypes Produced a legacy of photos on plates of the pyramids and the holy lands.

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