Snapshot: America Discovers the Camera
Supports the national curriculum standards Culture; Time, Continuity, and Change; Production, Distribution, and Consumption; and Science, Technology, and Society as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
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Abraham Lincoln advertised Alexander Gardner amateur photographers army artists began Booth Brady's buttons called cameraman capture images card photographs Carleton Watkins carte de visites chemicals Child Labor Civil clients coating collodion color Confederate Daguerre Daguerre's daguerreotype darkroom dead developed Discovers the Camera displayed Dorothea Lange dry plates dry-plate Eadweard Muybridge early 20th century Edgerton Edward Steichen exposure F. J. Haynes factory faded film gallery George Eastman glass plates Harold Edgerton invention Kodak later lens lenses Lewis Hine light look magazines Mathew Brady metal plates motion moved nation Native Americans newspaper noted painted paper phers photogra portrait taken posed Power of Photography printed produced projector Railroad raphers record Riis Riis's Robert Taft scenes sitting soldiers South Steichen Stereographs stereoscope studio sunlight take pictures tenement thousands Timothy O'Sullivan tintypes tographers took traveled tripods tures Union views wagon Watkins wet-plate women wrote Yankee Yellowstone Yosemite young