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Casey Longfield

caseyleigh88@hotmail.com

0438341607

http://caseylongfieldphotographer.wordpress.com/


Neipce

Joseph NicéphoreNiépce was a French inventor, most noted as one of the inventors of photography and a pioneer in the field.


Henry Robinson

Henry Peach Robinson (1830-1901), The Lady of Shalott, 1860-1861.Albumen print from three negatives.


Fox Talbot

Leaves of Orchidea “Talbot found a way to fix the light in a piece of paper thereby producing one of the first photographs in the world”.


Daguerreotype

The daguerreotype was the first method of obtaining permanant images with a camera. Invented by Frenchman Louis-Jacques-Mande in 1839.


Calotype

An early photographic process in which negatives were made with paper coated with silver iodide.


Nadar

Eugène Delacroix, 1858

Charles Baudelaire, 1855


James Maxwell

James Maxwell, discovered the process of the first colour photograph in 1861


William Mumler

Self- portrait 1861. William Mumler, the worlds first spirit photographer.


Eadweard Muybridge

“Ascending and descending stairs”Animal Locomotion Plate 504, 1887Collotype

“Lawn tennis”Animal Locomotion Plate 298, 1887Collotype


35mm Camera

The 35mm Camera invented in 1905 by Oskar Barkack, a German optical engineer. Barkack was working for a microscope manufacturer and is the creator of photography as we know it today.


Alfred Steiglitz

Ellen Koeniger, Lake George, 1916.


Autochrome

Autochrome is a photographic transparency film patented in America, June 5,1906 by Auguste and Louis Lumiére of Lyons, France.


Edward Weston

Nude 1939


Moholy Nagy

Moholy Nagy, born in 1895 was a Hungarian painter and photogapher.


Dorothea Lange

California, February 1936. “Migrant Mother”


Lewis Hine

“The work Hine did for [child labour reform] was more responsible than all other efforts in bringing the need to public attention. The evils were intellectually but not emotionally recognized until his skill, vision and artistic finesse focused the camera intelligently on these social problems.”

- National Child Labour Committee


Flash Bulb

The first recognisable flash bulb for general use was invented in 1925 by Vierkötter


The Leica Camera

Leica Camera, invented in 1925


August Sander

Young Farmers, 1914 August Sander,

High School Student, German, 1876–1964)


Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams, Yosemite National Park


Cartier Bresson

CHINA. Beijing. December 1948


Jerry Uelsmann

Jerry Uelsmann is an American surrealist photographer. Born in 1934 Uelsmann experimented with image layers and photomontage in the darkroom.


Kodachrome film


Eugene Smith


Athol Shmith

Beauty, 1950’s


Robert Capa

‘The Falling Soldier’ 1936

"If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough" (Robert Capa).


The Polaroid Camera

The Polaroid Camera was invented by Edwin Land in 1960.


The Digital Camera

The first digital camera, 1975


Annie Leibovitz


Andrew Gursky

Collections from Gursky’s large format images


Anne Geddes

Gemma 1988


Max Dupain

‘The Sunbaker’ 1937

‘Bondi’ 1939


Peter Lik

Lik’s landscape works in America, Arizona and Californial.


Tracey Moffatt

Two images from Moffatts series ‘Up in the Sky’ 1997


Jonas Peterson


The iPhone

iPhone 6

iPhone’s Photography Application ‘Hipstomatic’


Bill Henson

'Untitled 2002-2003’

Image from Henson’s controversial 2008 Collection


Gigapan

The Gigapan, invented in 2008 is a robotic platform for capturing high-resolution images from a standard digital camera


Bibliography & References


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