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1

Exposure for the first recorded photo

8-9 hours

2

date of the first heliograph

1826

3

T/F: Daguerreotype negative allowed photographers to produce qualities of highly detailed reproductions

False

4

T/F:Daguerreotype was produced on highly polished glass

False

5

An average bright sunlight exposure exposure time of an early daguerreotype was

Several minutues

6

William Fox Talbot is credited with the first registration of a photographic process in England:

calotype

7

The calotype process uses:

paper negative

8

T/F: The calotype produces a very shiny image:

False

9

Hill and Adamson had a studio in 1843, primarily used the

calotype process

10

Alexander Gardner was famous for his photographs of

The American civil war

11

First photographer to cover Presidents Funeral

Alexander Gardner

12

He worked for Gardner while photographing the Civil War

Timothy O' Sulivan

13

He is most known for his images of Native Americans, American Mid West and Panama

Timothy O Sulivan

14

T/F: George Eastman is the inventor of the wet plate process

False

15

Julia Margaret Cameron's early photographs are important because:

Her portraits are the only photographic images that exist of authors, artists and actors at that time

16

This photographer used primarily window light and poor quality Lenses

Julia Margaret Camerson

17

First aerial photographer in 1858

Nadar

18

Gaspar Felix Tournachan

Nadar

19

This photographer and the cooper union speech "made me president of the United States"

Matthew Brady

20

Took the first photograph of the civil war at the battle of bull run

Matthew Brady

21

The main process used at the time of the American Civil War

The colloidal process

22

This is a non negative - positive image produce using the collodian process

The Ambrotype

23

The Calotype and Daguerreotype were replaced by a direct positive process around 1856

Tin Type

24

Direct positive made using the Collodian process

Tin Type

25

1856

Tin Type

26

Sodium sulfate, dissolved silver sulcate also known as:

Hypo

27

A highly polished plate is fumed in IODINE which turns the plate yellow. It is then exposed in a camera after which the plate is developed and fumed with heated mercury:

Daguerreotype

28

Took the photograph: home of the rebel sharpshooter

Alexander Gardner

29

took the photograph "Harvest of Death"

Timothy o Sulivan

30

Photographed the Shadow of the Valley of Death using photographic van

Roger Fenton