ART STUDY GUIDE EXAM 2

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ART STUDY GUIDE EXAM 2 PHOTOGRAPHY Camera Obscura- “dark room” 15 th century, used as drawing tool but image wasn’t fixed Abelardo Morell takes pics of these projections, there are rooms no so you can see what its like (BBC video) Pinhole effect- sun projected through gaps in leaves Dauguerrotypes- 1837, France, Louis Daguerre, direct-positive process (one print only, but highly detailed and 3D) took 30 min to develop, dangerous process (mercury) presented in fancy box Calotypes- 1840, England, William Henry Fox Talbot, positive-negative process (multiple prints, but softness, lack of detail, 2D effect) Portraits: Dags sometimes used neck braces, powder, mirrors, guns Carte de visite- Calotype, visiting card (business, souveneir, ads…) George Eastman- KODAK- invented celluloid film, made box smaller, made taking photos available to public Color photography- started with hand-colored dags, then autochrome prints (Lumiere bros- dyed potato starch) New color process in 1930’s, but became popular in 60’s- Eliot Porter 50’s,
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