Photography

Photography

Photography of those who do not know the art of its roots hit deep in ancient history since ancient times and people in the longing to keep their memories and stop time then was the first beginnings of photography is drawing has been art is not mastered by many. Photographic photography is the science and art of taking pictures By recording light or electromagnetic radiation to others or to certain objects, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by light-sensitive material such as photographic films, and the word photography, invented by Sir John Herschel in 1839. Before the Greek language. Photographic technology began in 1800 when Thomas Wedgwood made several attempts to capture photos by means of a light-sensitive material, a white paper with silver nitrate, which captured the shadows of objects placed on the surface in the presence of direct sunlight, and in 1826 Nepsi made a camera made of glossy paper, light-sensitive material and a thin layer of bitumen. Lavender oil was used with it, and the camera was placed on a pewter surface to dry before use. Photography was not an invention inspired by millions, as is the case now. Black and white photo barrier and access to In 1490 Leonardo da Vinci noticed the potential of the dark room when he recommended observing the scenes of the interior of the dark room. A dark room of external objects formed by the rays of the sun passing through a hole in the wall of the room. Over the next 50 years (Jerome Cardin) in 1550 on this basic principle optical lens, which was used to correct errors of view, and these lenses convex the two sides. .a The second improvement that occurred in the principle is the introduction of the pupil, who is believed to be the invention (Daniel Barbaro) in 1930. These two devices (the lens and the forehead) have been added to the dark room to increase the clarity of the images. As for the birth of the photography was by the world (Dagir), has been announced the design and implementation of the first box camera of wood was announced on the seventh of January in 1839. In 1888 George Eastman released the famous Kodak machine: "Press the button and we do the rest." This camera is the first box camera equipped with a film. In 1896, the first two small pocket cameras were brought to the US market. The first telescope camera appeared in 1916 . In the early 1940s, single-lens reflective cameras appeared to be favored by professional photographers. The 110-film cameras did not appear in 1971, and the popularity of photography is widely attributed to a large family sector. The first black and white camera was first introduced by Paula Ruid in 1947 and the first instant camera with colored paper in 1963. The first successful attempt to capture a photograph was taken by the French Nipps after long studies and many failed attempts This picture was taken in June 1827. It is worth mentioning that Nepps began his experiments since 1814.