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100 ideas that changed photography

Author: Mary Warner Marien
Publisher: London : Laurence King, 2012.
Series: 100 Ideas.
Edition/Format:   Print 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. Entertaining and intelligent, it provides a fascinating resource to dip into.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Warner Marien
ISBN: 9781856697965 1856697967
OCLC Number: 772692257
Description: 216 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 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 --
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Series Title: 100 Ideas.
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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