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Joseph Niepce
The Photograph
   released the single   
Photograph (2005)
#1 on four separate UK and US charts.
Ringo Starr
   released the single   
1973; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Thomas Wedgwood
The Modern Photograph
(1771-1805), England
Joseph Nicéphore Niépce
   was/were the first   
To Take a Photograph With a Camera
   is used for   
Photograph Clouds
   is described as   
A Photograph or Negative That is Too Low in Contrast.
The range in density in a negative or print is too short.
Normal Lens
   is described as   
A Lens That Makes the Image in a Photograph Appear in Perspective Similar to That of the Original Scene
A normal lens has a shorter focal length and a wider field of view than a telephoto lens, and a longer focal length and narrower field of view than a wide-angle lens.
   is described as   
Moving the Camera While Taking an Photograph
If panning while focused on a moving subject, it remains sharp while the background shows motion blur
1983, UK no.66 US no. 12
Ringo Starr
   reached no. 1 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 with   
1 week, 1973
Nick Willing
Photographing Fairies (1997)
Cecil Sloughton
   was a   
Chief photographer for the Kennedy White House. Sloughton documented its glittering public moments and its intimate private ones. He also captured its sudden end in one of the signal images of the 20th century — Lyndon B. Johnson’s swearing-in as president aboard Air Force One on Nov. 22, 1963. b. 18 January 1920 (Oskaloosa, Iowa, USA) d. 3 November 2008 (Merritt Island, Florida, USA)
   is described as   
A Lighttight Area Used for Processing Light Sensitive Photographic Materials.
Aspect Ratio
   is described as   
The Ratio of Width to Height in Photographic Prints.
   is described as   
A Positive Photographic Image on Film.
Viewed or projected by transmitted light (light shining through film).
Leo Baekeland
Velox Photographic Paper
(1863-1944), Belgian–American
Anthony Armstrong Jones, Earl of Snowden
   was a   
Ansel Adams
   was a   
American (1902-1984)
Richard Avedon
   was a   
D. Oct 1st 2004 -- Photographer for New Yorker Magazine. Covered Civil Rights Movement in 1963. Inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2001.
Jean-Luc Godard
"Photography is Truth. The Cinema is Truth Twenty-four Times Per Second."
French filmmaker,
   is used for   
Viewing Special Three-dimensional Photographs
   is used for   
Measuring Sensitivity of Photographic Material
Double Exposure
   is described as   
Two Photographic Exposures Merged Into One.
   is defined as   
The Taking and Printing of Photographs
Variable-Contrast Paper
   is described as   
Photographic Paper That Provides Different Grades of Contrast when Exposed Through Special Filters.
International Center of Photography
   is situated in   
New York, U.S.A.
Life Magazine collection, Weegee archive, Chim archive.
Contact Print
   is described as   
A Print Made by Exposing Photographic Paper While It is Held Tightly Against the Negative.
Images in the print will be the same size as those in the negative.
Joe Rosenthal
   was a   
Of flag raising on Iwo Jima
Alfred Stieglitz
   was a/an   
Modern art promoter; husband of Georgia O'Keefe; 1864-1946
I’m Boring but Overcompensate With
Headlines and Flash Photography
From “The Take Over, The Breaks Over” by Fall Out Boy [from Infinity on High]
Bob Carlos Clarke
   is known as a   
   is described as   
Intensifying or Changing the Tone of a Photographic Print After Processing.
Solutions called toners are used to produce various shades of colors.
Antoinette De Correvont
   was/were the first   
Professional Woman Photographer
1843 in Munich
Latent Image
   is described as   
The Invisible Image Left by the Action of Light on Photographic Film or Paper
The light changes the photosensitive salts to varying degrees depending on the amount of light striking them. When processed, this latent image will become a visible image either in reversed tones (as in a negative) or in positive tones (as in a color slide).
Steve Szilagyi
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Photographing Fairies (1997)
Based on the 1992 book
Printing Frame
   is described as   
A Device Used for Contact Printing That Holds a Negative Against the Photographic Paper.
   is described as   
The Quantity of Light Allowed to Act on a Photographic Material
   is described as   
Developing, Fixing, & Washing Exposed Photographic Film or Paper to Produce an Image
Either a negative image or a positive image.
Photographing Fairies (1997)
Toby Stephens, Emily Woof and Ben Kingsley
Director: Nick Willing. Also starred Frances Barber, Philip Davis & Hannah Bould
   is described as   
A Photographic Transparency (positive) Mounted for Projection.
A "Flick"
A Photograph, or Picture Torn from a Magazine.
   is described as   
The Clarity of Detail in a Photograph.

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