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100 ideas that changed photography Book
Book | Laurence King, London : 2012.

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  • ISBN: 9781856697965 :
  • ISBN: 1856697967
  • Physical Description: 216 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
  • Publisher: London : Laurence King, 2012.
  • Bibliography, etc. Note:
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-211) and index.
  • Formatted Contents Note:
    The camera obscura -- The latent image -- Direct positive images -- Negative/postive -- The daguerreotype -- Exploration -- The calotype -- The nude -- The lens -- The shutter -- Aesthetics -- The cyanotype -- Collodion -- Cropping -- The darkroom -- Painting the picture -- The stereoscope -- The view -- War -- Moving pictures -- Enlargement -- Supports -- Color -- Photo-sculpture -- Moralizing -- The Academie -- Cartes de visite -- The gum bichromate process -- Platinum prints -- Pinhole cameras -- Likeness -- The tintype -- Evidence -- Evolution -- Albumen paper -- Narrative -- Backgrounds -- Leisure travel -- Photographic societies -- Photo-sharing -- Gelatin silver prints -- Small cameras -- Tabloids -- The autochrome -- Postcards -- Projection -- Artificial light -- Focus -- Stopping time -- Halftone -- Roll film -- Sequences -- Image factories -- Aerial photography -- Macro/micro -- The people's art -- The Photo-secession -- Equivalents -- Collecting -- Pictures that sell -- Photographic agencies -- The SLR -- The decisive moment -- Multiple exposures -- Photo booths -- Photojournalism -- Abstraction -- Straight photography -- Cameras for kids -- Solarization -- Sporting scenes -- Image objects -- Film und foto -- The photogram -- Cut-and-paste -- Fashion -- Self-portrait -- Glamour -- Documentary expression -- The outsider -- The street -- Invisible light -- The surreal -- The Polaroid -- Kodachrome -- Television -- New topographics -- Photo-realism -- Outskirts and enclaves -- The snapshot aesthetic -- The theoretical turn -- Camera phones -- Fabricated to be photographed -- Concrete photography -- Photo-conceptualism -- The photographer's eye -- Appropriation -- Photo/video -- Digital photography -- GIS.

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