2.08: The History of Photography

The first glass negative was invented…
In 1816 by Nicéphore Niépce
In ____, _____ _______ created a dry gel on paper, or what we think of as film.
1884; George Eastman
Frederick Scott Archer invented…
the photographic collodion process which preceded the modern gelatin emulsion.
The collodion process was significantly ____ _________than the cost of a daguerreotype.
less expensive
The calotype was named after…
the Greek word kalos, meaning “beautiful.”
When was the pinhole camera invented and who invented it?
Alhazen (Ibn Al-Haytham), a great authority on optics in the Middle Ages who lived around 1000AD, invented the first pinhole camera, (also called the Camera Obscura.)
The collodion process used ___ ______, which were glass plates that had been covered with a mixture of chemicals before being placed in the camera for the exposure.
wet plates
Autochrome Lumiere was which of the following?
A color process
William Henry Fox Talbot invented which of the following?
Calotype
The first commercially available digital camera was which of the following?
Kodak DCS 100
When did Kodak introduce film photography to the commercial market?
the 1880s
What was the first commercial photography process?
Daguerreotype
Who created the first photograph?
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
What did Count Sergei Lvovich Levitsky invent?
Bellows camera
What was the benefit of a caloytpe over a daguerreotype?
Multiple copies of the photograph could be made.