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photography

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photography,

n the process of making images on a chemically sensitive plate or film, using the energy of light or other radiant source.
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Produced by a chemical-optic process and not by a human hand, the photographic image has since its inception been theorized as presenting viewers with an exact replica of that which was present in space and time before the camera lens.
The Central Library also holds the collection of the Midland Counties Photographic Federation, which taken together with the BPS archive means it boosts the largest collection of significant amateur club photography in the country.
Its double-exposure ghosts, its seance documents, its records of the flow of ectoplasmic material from mouths, noses, and navels, and its experiments with "vital fluid" impressions made with the dark--rather than light--side of the photographic equation are all located at that borderline.
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Reg Bott established A R Bott and Sons, trading as Standard Photographic, in the 1930s in Leamington.
In tracing the evolution of photographic representations of race, the catalogue notes photography's early alliance with the 19th-century pseudosciences of physiognomy and phrenology, which attempted to classify people on the basis of such external traits as facial features or skull shape, as well as with the more respectable but no less politically fraught disciplines of ethnography, criminology and abnormal psychology.
While aerial photography is a challenging task--in which you are operating from a dynamically maneuvering cockpit "office" to capture one-time events with no excuse for failure--the Skyhawk's capabilities helped make my photographic flights a success.
Experimentation and accelerated aging tests have made it possible to establish the maximum amount of residual thiosulfate that can be allowed to remain in various types of photographic film without seriously degrading the image over specified periods of time.
From now on, according to Zelizer, the photographic image of war atrocities became a staple of modern journalism.
The Royal Photographic Society's collection of images has been built up over 100 years and is one of the most extensive collections of 19th- and early 20-century photography.
Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson's ``Paris,'' circa 1968, is among the works at the Photographic Print Exposition at Butterfield & Butterfield.
At present, MacGillivray gets his supply of photographic plates from two sources.