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CP210 History of Photography

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History of Photography
Alison A. Smith
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mahongany Barlow on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CP210 at Southern Illinois University Carbondale taught by Alison A. Smith in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see History of Photography in Photography at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.


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Date Created: 09/09/16
Week 2 Hippolyte Bayard, French (1801­1807) Bayards Unamed Direct Paper Positive Proccess Process: Darkened the light sensitive paper (soaked in sodium chloride) first by exposing it to  light, soak second time in potassium iodide, place paper in camera obscura, the light bleached the paper by its intensity.  In July of 1339, Hoping to share Daguerre success he shared his image with Argo­ who  was able to secure some finding but asked him not to announce finding  Produced: single unique print, that could be used as a negative to make more copies He later creates a comical yet critical response, arguably more important than his process.  Bayards self portrait as a staged depiction of drowning opens the door to the concepts of  constructed narrative. Photographic Speculum Herschel from Great Britain had been experimenting two decades  Before (in 1819), with the properties of hyposulphie of soda; found that it dissolved silver salt.  Herschel met with Daguerre in May 1839 probably shared his finding on Hypo, b/c in  Aug. 1839 Daguerre had switched from using salt water to sodium thiosulphate hypo  instead. William Henry Fox Talbot British (1800­1872) – worked the same time as Daguerre frustrated  with the camera obscura Process: sensitize paper with a weak solution of sodium chloride (table salt) & allow to dry  Apply a solution of silver plate nitrate which reached w/ the sodium chloride salt to form  light sensitive silver chloride  Remove the device  Negative image was produced by placing leaf on the light –sensitive paper & exposed to  the sun (took 10­30mins) Basis of Modern Silver Painting  In 1835 using a camera obscura with a small piece of his sensitive paper founded that his  photographic drawing could yield what he called a second drawing from the negative  multiple positive copies could be made which provide a foundation for the process he  Week 2 The Politics of Invention  Talbot wrote to Arago, claiming piror invention, days after the Jan. 7 announcement,  wrote a paper that was presented the Royal Society on Jan. 31. st  In England the 1  exhibition of Talbot’s photographic drawings shown at a Royal  Instition lecture on Jan. 25. The Second Invention of Photography (1839­1854) Chapter 2 Art & Science  Art­ skill or craft; specific media: painting , sculpture, engraving (printmaking)  Science­ Knowledge areas: Biology, geology also include experimental Right Time, Right Place   Industrial capitalism created a middle class of professionals who began using photography in  their work.  Agrani to industrial society (more moving to city for jobs, rather than farming).  Desire for personal identity­ fueled the marked for portrait  Daguerreotype­ used when exact  rendering wanted; earliest verision produced a positive a  negative in one on a silver plate  Calotype(Talbot)­ softer effects: more flexible: used when multiple copies & retouching on the  negative needed; produces a negative.


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