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100 ideas that changed photography

Author: Mary Warner Marien
Publisher: London : Laurence King, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This compelling book chronicles the most influential ideas that have shaped photography from the invention of the daguerreotype in the early 19th century up to the digital revolution and beyond.

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Warner Marien
ISBN: 9781856697965 1856697967
OCLC Number: 772692257
Description: 216 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Contents: The camera obscura --
The latent image --
Direct positive images --
Negative/postive --
The daguerreotype --
Exploration --
The calotype --
The nude --
The lens --
The shutter --
Aesthetics --
The cyanotype --
Collodion --
Cropping --
The darkroom --
Painting the picture --
The stereoscope --
The view --
War --
Moving pictures --
Enlargement --
Supports --
Color --
Photo-sculpture --
Moralizing --
The Academie --
Cartes de visite --
The gum bichromate process --
Platinum prints --
Pinhole cameras --
Likeness --
The tintype --
Evidence --
Evolution --
Albumen paper --
Narrative --
Backgrounds --
Leisure travel --
Photographic societies --
Photo-sharing --
Gelatin silver prints --
Small cameras --
Tabloids --
The autochrome --
Postcards --
Projection --
Artificial light --
Focus --
Stopping time --
Halftone --
Roll film --
Sequences --
Image factories --
Aerial photography --
Macro/micro --
The people's art --
The Photo-secession --
Equivalents --
Collecting --
Pictures that sell --
Photographic agencies --
The SLR --
The decisive moment --
Multiple exposures --
Photo booths --
Photojournalism --
Abstraction --
Straight photography --
Cameras for kids --
Solarization --
Sporting scenes --
Image objects --
Film und foto --
The photogram --
Cut-and-paste --
Fashion --
Self-portrait --
Glamour --
Documentary expression --
The outsider --
The street --
Invisible light --
The surreal --
The Polaroid --
Kodachrome --
Television --
New topographics --
Photo-realism --
Outskirts and enclaves --
The snapshot aesthetic --
The theoretical turn --
Camera phones --
Fabricated to be photographed --
Concrete photography --
Photo-conceptualism --
The photographer's eye --
Appropriation --
Photo/video --
Digital photography --
GIS.
Other Titles: One hundred ideas that changed photography
Responsibility: Mary Warner Marien.

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."..an equally concise and intelligent chronicle of the most seminal developments in the history of today's most prevalent visual art." - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

 
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