1.  Post an example of a Daguerreotype image. Who invented the Daguerreoty process? Briefly describe the advantages and disadvantages of the process.

Louis Daguerre introduced this to the world. Some advantages are that it was not very expensive and was not complicated to work. Some disadvantages are that it is not the most modern or easiest thing we can use.

 

2. Post an example of a Calotype image. Who invented the Calotype process? Briefly describe the advantages and disadvantages of the process.

William Henry Fox Talbot invented  the Calotype process. The advantages of it is that the wax paper made it easier to handle. A disadvantage was that it required longer exposers. It also took long during he process.

3. Post an example of a Wet Collodion Process image. Who invented the Wet Collodion Process process? Briefly describe the advantages and disadvantages of the process.

 Frederick Scott Archer invented this process. Some advantages were that it gave rise to portable darkrooms and universal. Disadvantages were that only gave him 10 minutes to do it before it would dry so it was complicated and the colors would not turn out as you would want them exactly.

4. Post an example of a Dry Plate Process image . Who invented the Dry Plate Process process? Briefly describe the advantages and disadvantages of the process.

Dr. Richard L. Maddox invented this process. SOme advantages were that  it can be stored until exposure, and after exposure it can be brought back to a darkroom for development at leisure and wasnt timed. Disadvantages included that it had many difficulties in the past.

5. Who is credited with taking the first photograph of a human? Post the photograph.

Joseph Nicéphore Niépce is credited with taking the first photograph.

6. What is photo emulsion?

layer of light-sensitive material coated onto a substrate

7. Why did Eastman name his company Kodak?

from the first simple roll film cameras produced by Eastman Dry Plate Company, known as the “Kodak” in its product line

8. Briefly explain how Polaroid film (instant photography) works?

first instant film must be insterted. then look through the lens and press the button at the top. The picture would then come out in 20 seconds.

 

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