photomechanical - ← Talbot’s idea ← Halftone screen...

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03/04/2008 13:46:00 WEEK 4 PHOTOGRAPHY INTO PRINT “Exactly repeatable pictorial statements”  Photography a form of printmaking NOT the most common printing medium Photographs translated into other printmaking methods Printmaking Relief – wood engraving Intaglio – engraving, etching Lithography Photomechanical      – using photography to reproduce the photograph onto             a printing plate Niepce Photo resists – light hardening substances Photo – Lithography Alphonse Poitevin
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Collotype   Photogravure Talbot and dichromated colloids  (Photogravure) Photo – Relief Relief photoengraving Type compatible      – ability to reproduce photographs in the same method as  text. Halftone screen
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Unformatted text preview: ← Talbot’s idea ← Halftone screen – breaks continuous tone of photograph into ← print / no print units ← ← Frederic Ives and the halftone screen ← ← Ability to reproduce a QUANTITY of photographs QUICKLY – prerequisites of photojournalism . ← ← Photojournalists ← ← Spanish American War (1898) ← John C. Hemment (d. 1927) ← ← To Cuba on chartered yacht with Wm. Randolph Hearst ← ← Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870 – 1942) • First woman photographer hired by newspaper ← ← Photo Agencies • Bain News Picture Service 1895 • News and photographic illustration • American Press Association ← ← William Vander Weyde (1871? – 1929) ←...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course H&A 3 taught by Professor Wooters during the Spring '07 term at RIT.

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photomechanical - ← Talbot’s idea ← Halftone screen...

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