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  • Digicams

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    of stupid thing which was buying my first digital camera. Four years ago, I wanted to replace my film camera with a digital camera so I bought an Argus digital camera which was a bad one. I don’t mean that Argus cameras cannot take nice pictures, but they cannot compete to the other big brand cameras like Canon, Nikon, Konica, Olympus, or Kodak. When I bought the Argus digital camera, I should have spent a little more money to get one of those good cameras than I could afford. I admit that it was

  • The Influence of Eastman Kodak Company on Photography

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    It is considered that photography only became widely available to the public when the Kodak Eastman Company introduced the box shaped Brownie Camera in 1900. (Baker, n.p.) Its features became more refined since its original placing on the market; one of the reasons why it has become considered the birth of public photography is because of the processing. Using a similar image capture system, the brownie exposed the light to a 120mm roll of film, which could be wound round, meaning six photographs

  • Film: A Dying Art or an Evolving Franchise?

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    form of production, thus rendering older methods unnecessary. Celluloid filmmaking is the old method of capturing film on a negative film strip and developing it later in its most natural state, whereas digital film is capturing synthetic and manipulatable pixels on a computer-like device. Digital filmmaking should be a primary film medium but not completely eradicate the dying celluloid film culture. Technology has propelled the film industry into investing in cheaper, more effective means of receiving

  • The History of Photography and the Camera

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    Photography has come a long way from the first camera all the way until today. In this essay I’ll begin by explaining how the first aspect called the Camera Obscura started. The Camera Obscura was first developed and explained in ancient times during the 4th and 5th centuries B.C. It was first developed by the Chinese and Greeks and also later studied by other philosophers in Ancient Times. It is used to create images that are transmitted through a pinhole camera on a wall that is in a darkened room. People

  • Camera Phones and Invasion of Privacy

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    Camera Phones and Invasion of Privacy “New technology has…….placed all of us in an electronic fishbowl in which our habits, tastes and activities are watched and recorded.” as told by Simson Garfinkel (Ojeda). In the 21st century it is easy to awe people with new technology. Take two popular gadgets, merge them into a single point-and-click device, and then watch the world go nuts over it. This is a fact that will never change. Technology in this world is growing every day and there are products

  • The Perfection of Outdated Art

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    of Photography came to life in 1841 when, American photographer Alexander Wolcott patented the first camera. Since then, cameras have transformed from the once gigantic, wooden box that required a heavy tripod, not to mention quite a lot of muscle, to operate into something so common that most of us carry one everywhere. In a society that demands bigger and better, it is no surprise that cameras come out with sleeker, shinier, models on a daily basis; often leaving last week’s models out in the rain

  • Douglas Kirkland

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    his life, to be a photographer. It was for this reason a year later he began to work at a photography studio. When he turned 18, he attended the New York Institute of Photography. Upon completion he got a new job at a camera shop, where it became frustrating that he was selling cameras rather than taking pictures. After a couple jobs where he covered and wrote stories regarding local events,  but with a lack of fulfillment, he began to write photogr...

  • Eastman Kodak analysis

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    industry. Infoimaging is a $385 billion industry that consists of using traditional and digital film to allow people to capture and deliver images through cameras, computers, and the media. Currently under the direction of Chairman and CEO Daniel A. Carp, Eastman Kodak is divided into three major areas of production. 1. Kodak’s Digital and Film Imaging Systems section produces digital and traditional film cameras for consumers, professional photographers, and the entertainment industry. This segment

  • Camera Impact On Pop Culture

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    Cameras are used every day to capture significant moments that want to be remembered. It has transformed through time and influences pop culture today. According to Merriam-Webster, a camera is “a device that consists of a lightproof chamber with an aperture fitted with a lens and a shutter through which the image of an object is projected onto a surface for recording.” A camera is a form of art invented in the 1830’s and today photography is a multi-billion dollar industry (Tolmachev). A camera

  • The Evolution of Photography

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    take our breath away. The invention of the camera and its many makeovers has changed the art of photography. The idea for photographing came around in 1814 when Joseph Niépce wanted an image of his son before he left for war. He succeeded in making the first camera in 1827, but the camera needed at least eight hours to produce one picture. Parisian Louis Daguerre invented the next kind of camera in 1839, who worked with Niépce for four years. His camera only needed fifteen to thirty minutes to produce