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Mechanix Illustrated - March 1939 - How the Technicolor camera works.

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What is 4K UHD? Next-generation resolution explained - CNET

What is 4K UHD? Next-generation resolution explained - CNET | Cutting Edge - Timeline of Cameras | Scoop.it
From the World Cup to Netflix, in 2014 you're going to start hearing a lot more about 4K resolution or 'Ultra HD.' But what is it? And more importantly, do you want it?
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History of Photography Timeline

History of Photography Timeline | Cutting Edge - Timeline of Cameras | Scoop.it
A capsule history of photography, from the camera obscura to the digital SLR
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SamProdanovich's comment, February 15, 2014 12:45 PM
The birth of Movies. There seemed to be a plaque with show a memorial of the actual showing of a motion picture in the United State. On April 23, 1896 at a Bial’s Music Hall in New York City to which a man Thomas Edison showcased a show that included scenes from many movies such as surf breaking on a beach,and comic boxing exhibition. The New York Times expressed the showcase as real and exciting.
SamProdanovich's comment, February 19, 2014 9:09 PM
Pre History of Motion Pictures. Paragraph 13. The rise of movie making became very competative. Over 200 hundred people went as far as going to court over patent infringement suits so they could eliminate competition. To again eliminate competition between the people Edison conjoined with six American and two French firms by making Motion Picture Patents in 1909. The companies combined were to only have the right to make and produce camera, projectors and films under their name. The companies were also allowed to conjoin with Kodak for commercial things.
SamProdanovich's comment, February 19, 2014 9:15 PM
Pre History of Motion Pictures. Paragraph 16. From the start of the film revolution , the movies were only to grab attention to the people and to show the end of the show is going to be over. The films in 1896 to 1905 are nothing like today’s. They are so different that the movies back then only lasted a short period of time and would tell short stories. Actors were choose at random because the camera could not make out the face so it did not matter who the actor was. The random actor was only paid a small about and would never get any recognition for their time on the screen.
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The Technicolor world of Oz - O Say Can You See?

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Every day can be an adventure for the curators, specialists, interns, and volunteers who spend their days digging and researching in the museum’s vaults. Sometimes you’ll be looking for a certain photograph and find something totally unexpected. Other times, you...
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History of Photography and the Camera

History of Photography and the Camera | Cutting Edge - Timeline of Cameras | Scoop.it
The complete history of photography a word derived from the Greek words for light and writing first used by Sir John Herschel in 1839.
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SamProdanovich's comment, February 15, 2014 1:10 PM
Joesph used a technique of exposing light to the camera. The dark areas of the light that could not get in allowed the lighter and whiter parts to act on the chemicals on the plate that he used. The plate was then placed into a solution to which it eventually made an image. Joesphs image although did take up to eight hours of exposure from the light and after the picture would show up it would eventually dissolve.
SamProdanovich's comment, February 15, 2014 1:24 PM
Page 2. Photographic Films. Film made out of Nitrate was the beginning of roll films which was necessary for developing them. The start of movie films was only 35 mm wide and also had rolls on a sppl which were long. In the 1920s was originally used for a camera. In the later 1920s the the roll film was then made. It was extremely small and had a technique of paper backing which made it easy to use in the daylight. The development of this led to another camera which had two lens. The nitrate film was made in sheets so there was no need for glass plates anymore.
SamProdanovich's comment, February 15, 2014 1:33 PM
Page 2. Photographic Films. Paragraph 5. George Eastman invented one of the first actual easy to use camera in 1888 which was a wooden box with lens and shutter that was filled with the film. To use you had to push a button to make a negative image. The camera was then sent with the film in it to the Kodak factory. The film then there was taken out of the camera and was to be processed. The camera was being processed and printed was restored with film and brought back.