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Unformatted text preview: Film Camera Obscura 1 st Photographic Process 1820’s Heliograph Joseph Nicephore Niépce Long Exposure time Copies not possible Daguerreotype Developed by Louis Daguerre in 1838 Exposure time reduced considerable Days to min Copies are still not possible Edweard Muybridge 1870’s Helps develop faster shutter Used more sensitive film stock Develops Multi-camera system to capture motion Louis Le Prince 1886 Designed 16 lens camera 1888 Designed single lens camera (MKII) Filmed first motion picture; Roundhay Garden Scene George Eastman 1888 Developed first consumer cameras The “Kodak” used a simple roll, not plates Edison uses it for his Kinetoscope Film Stock Choices to make Daylight or Tungsten-color temp Film Speed – sensitivity to light Thomas Edison 1889-1892 Patents the motion picture camera; kinetograph Built the first American movie studio; the Black Maria Patents the kinetoscope and kinetophone Early viewings were done individually The Lumiére Brothers 1895-1897 Invented the Cinematograph Cinematograph is a camera and projector in one Held first public motion picture screening Georges Méliés 1896 “Cinemagician” Pioneer of Special FX Multiple-exposure Time-lapse dissolves First victim of movie piracy Edwin Porter 1890-1910...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SP 0710 taught by Professor Dino during the Spring '08 term at Full Sail.
- Spring '08