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PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Lecture 2. Abelardo Morell. R E V I EW O F C HA P T E R S 1 & 2 W O RK F LOW H OR E N S TE IN, CH A P T E R S 3 & 4 W O R K B OO K QUE S T IO NS BE FORE P HO T O GRA PHY EAR L Y P HO T O GR A P H E R S: N i cé phore N i é pce ,
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PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Lecture 2AbelardoMorellREVIEW OFCHAPTERS1&2
  • WORKFLOW
  • HORENSTEIN,CHAPTERS3&4
  • WORKBOOKQUESTIONS
  • BEFOREPHOTOGRAPHY
  • EARLYPHOTOGRAPHERS:NicéphoreNiépce,
  • HenryFoxTalbot, LouisDaguerre&FelixNadar
  • PHOTOGRAMS
  • CAMERACHECKS
  • HORENSTEINCHAPTER1“BEGINNINGS”(Review)35 mmsingle-lens-reflex(SLR)camera 35mmpartsfilm speed(see below) film leadertake-upspool sprocket holes shutterbuttonfilmcounter viewfinder light meter lensaperturef-stops shutter shutterspeedprogramautoexposuremode(P)manualmode (M)focusautofocus rewindingfilmnegative/positive darkroomprintsenlargerONLINERESOURCESNCCCLIBRARYYOUTUBECLASSMATERIALS35mmSLRcamera(rangefinderok)KodakTri-XorIlfordHP5+film(400ISO)IlfordRCMultigradepagerorKodakPoly-Contrast RCpaper8”x10”Negativefile sheets. 3-ringbinderHOWPHOTOGRAPHICMATERIALSWORK(Chapter3)-SilverBromide-Light-Development“spot”-DeveloperBasicparts ofthe film: Emulsion&BaseFILMWEB LINKFILMDEVELOPMENTPROCESSFILM&PAPERCHOICESSincewearedealingwithblack&whitefilmandprintsinthiscourse, thediscussionis limitedtotheseproducts.Photographic filmsvaryintheirSENSITIVITYtolight. Inotherwords,sofilms react fastertolightthanothers.Afilmssensitivityisexpressedwithanumberwhichasbeen standardizedworld-widebytheInternational StandardsOrganization.Thisis calledthe ISOnumber(thesameastheAmericanStandards Organizationnumberor“ASA” number.)ISOnumberstypicallyrangefrom 32to3200,with100and400beingcommon sensitivities.TheHIGHER thenumber, theMOREsensitiveafilm is tolight.TheHIGHER theISOnumber,the largerthegrainstructureof the film=lessdetailed image.TheLOWER theISOnumber,the smallerthegrainstructureofthe film=moredetailed image.ISO100ISO800PHOTOGRAPHICPAPER-Fiber-ResinCoated“R.C.”-Graded #'s1-5-VariableContrast (Poly-Contrast orMulti-Grade)0-5usingFILTERSintheenlarger-Glossy, Semi-Gloss, Matt surfaces-Warm tone-CooltoneJosephNicéphoreNiépceBorn:1765,Chalon-sur-Saône,France Died:1833Fatherwas awealthylawyer.Howthephotographerbecameinterestedin photography:ThroughexperimentswithLITHOGRAPHY.Primarytypeofphotographytheartistisknownfor: HELIOGRAPHY“sunwriting”, firstpermanentphotograph Alsoco-inventedthefirst internalcombustionengine.Link: http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/firstphotograph/niepce/#topJosephNicéphoreNiépce.ViewfromtheWindowatLeGras.ca1826.World'sfirstphotograph.THE PROCESS-VIDEOLouisDaguerreBorn:1787,Cormeilles,nearParis, FranceDied:1851Howthephotographerbecameinterestedin photography:Scenepainterfortheopera,physicist. WorkedwithNiepceontheheliograph.Primarytypeofphotographytheartistisknownfor:DAGUERREOTYPELink: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/149699/Louis-Jacques-Mande-DaguerreLouisDaguerre.‘Boulevard duTemple,’1839.WilliamHenryFoxTalbotBorn:1800,EnglandDied:1877Howthephotographerbecameinterestedin photography:Not goodatsketching.Primarytypeofphotographytheartistisknownfor:CALOTYPE(inventeddeveloping,fixing,printing)NOTE: FoxTalbotwas alsoaneminentmathematician,anastronomerandarchaeologist,whotranslatedthe cuneiforminscriptionsfromNineveh.Link: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/tlbt/hd_tlbt.htmWilliamHenryFoxTalbot, Adiantum Capillus-Veneris (MaidenhairFern); photogenicdrawingnegative, probablyearly1839,22.5x18.3cm.(detail)WilliamHenryFoxTalbot,Horatia at herharp,ca.1843WilliamHenryFoxTalbot TheLadderDate:1840/1850WilliamHenryFoxTalbot,TheOpenDoor,1844NadarBorn:1820,FranceDied:1910Howthephotographerbecameinterestedin photography:Fromhisbrother’sengagementinaphotobusiness.Primarytypeofphotographytheartistisknownfor:portraitsNOTE:Ringmaster,publicist,andperformerinahighly theatricallife,thelegendaryNadarworemanyhats—those ofjournalist,bohemian,left-wingagitator,playwright, caricaturist,andaeronaut.Link: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artMakerDetails?maker=1622Nadar. SelfPortrait.C.1855Seeanimatedselfportraiton website(Artistspage)Nadar.SarahBernhardt. circa.1864
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