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Ancient Times to 1850
Period 2Photography 1March 21, 2006
focus is achieved by sliding the inner section of the box in and out. The image projected by the lens is focused by a mirror up to a glass under the hood where it can be traced on tissue (Wilgus)
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Pinhole images are softer than pictures made with a lens. The images have nearly infinite depth of field.
Cameras have been made of seashells; many have been made of oatmeal boxes, coke cans or cookie containers (Grepstad).
In fourth century BC, Aristotle makes notes in his work Problems on pinhole image formation.
The pinhole was mainly used later for scientific purposes in astronomy as a drawing aid for artists and amateur painters.
Sir David Brewster was one of the first to make pinhole photographs in the 1850s.
Pinhole photography is lens-less photography. A tiny hole replaces the lens. Light passes through the hole; an image is formed in the camera (Grepstad).
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French Chemistwho originated a process of photography.
In 1816 he created the first negative image called a “retinas”
In 1826 he produced the first known photograph called the heliograph using a form of asphalt on a pewter plate
1828 he returned to his work and discovered a new method that let to super quality images
He worked with Louis Daguerre until his death
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