The Birth of Photography: Drawing With Light (and silver iodide) technology connections

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  1. That is the best description I've ever heard for camera obscura. I never could quite grasp it before, but your example of moving your head in relation to the bigger hole finally clicked for me. Thank you!

  2. This mirror image property of Daguerreotypes was responsible for a decades long misconception among historians of the Old West that Billy the Kid was left-handed. People saw the image of him holding his rifle in what appeared to be his left hand, and not realizing that it was a mirror image, assumed he was left-handed. At least until someone noticed that the loading gate was on the wrong side of the rifle, revealing the mirror nature of the image.

  3. No Fox Talbot? I know you can't do everything, but he was ready to publish at almost exactly the same time as Daguerre (Darwin/Wallace, much?), and he invented the negative-positive process (which, as you know of course, is the mechanism used in modern reversal films, and a quite different way of getting positives out of the camera). Which is the true line of the future, because you can make many prints of the same picture. Also, he lived and did his work at Lacock Abbey, offering many possibilities for misreadings in the blooper reel. BTW, with B+W negatives, if you hold them right, you can sometimes see a positive image by reflection off the silver. IIRC, works best with underexposed images.

  4. I’m so glad you mentioned the ability of that camera to expose the same frame of film multiple times! When you first explained the shutter mechanism, I immediately got to thinking about how you could take some really dynamic and/or creepy shots with movement between exposures on the same frame (for example, of people dancing).

  5. The "yellow filter" in the Agfa film camera is also known as a ND (natural density) filter, or darkening filters. It is used to make the clouds or skin tones stand out. This feature still persists in modern digital cameras.

  6. It's sad to say that we've now reached a point where a good chunk of our population has no idea what a camera "film" is. Oh how I miss the days when you would wait eagerly for days to see how your pictures turned out (1 hour if you were so inclined to pay for it). Fun times indeed.

  7. You know a video is good when you already know the subject matter, but watch anyway because it's so well presented.

    Personally, I never cared for 6×4.5 because it doesn't seem like enough of an upgrade over 35mm to make it worthwhile. 6×6 always seemed the best compromise to me, but I understand why some don't like the square image.

  8. Another reason the man's forehead is not as detailed as the woman's skin is because by then, they discovered photoshopping! The blush is just one example but 19th century people were just as enthousiastically photoshopping as we are! Bernadette Banner made a video about it (I'd link it here but I'm afraid my comment might get marked as spam)

  9. I knew most of this already…..my last essay for university (1994) was done in a rush, I thought i had two weeks but got he date wrong and realized I had only 18 hours to do the whole damned thing. History of Technology was the course, I picked a topic I was familiar with, photography, I had my own darkroom, and went to the library grabbed some books, skimmed through them, picked a thesis and pretty much wrote this episode, with pen and paper, in 5 hours including the good copy. Fished in time to catch last call at the local bar, handed it in the next morning, got an A-.

  10. Having an old-school photo taken is a painful process I have a tin plate photo of me in my civil war reenactors uniform that was my treat for making captain I spent a good chunk of change to have an original photo taken

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