Intended as a reference source for school projects, this book, which is part of a series, traces the development of photography. It describes the impact it has had on the world we live in and includes short biographies of inventors.
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A Revolution in Film
Cameras Hide Seek and Tell All
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35 mm camera amateur AMAZING FACTS Ansel Adams aperture Arago artists Bayard became better binoculars Bitumen of Judea calotype camera obscura Cameron chemicals collodion computer memory Daguerre and Niepce Daguerre's daguerreotype dark darkroom device digital cameras Dorothea Lange dry plate emulsion exposed to light exposure film developed filters flash focus Frederick Scott Archer French gave gelatin George Eastman Gerolamo Cardano glass lens glass plate Harlem helped Herschel Hippolyte Bayard holograms improved infrared light invented inventor Johann Zahn Joseph Nicephore Niepce Kodachrome Kodak camera laser Leica lenses Leopold Godowsky light-sensitive lived look magazines mirror Museum needed Niepce's paintings patent Pedro Meyer phers photogra photographers Polaroid Land popular portraits positive print published quickly raphers raphy record roll film sensitive shutter silver salts sold spies take pictures tographs took ture vest camera wanted wavelengths wet plate process