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  1. History of Landscape Photography Timeline By Isabelle Orman

  2. To 1850 • Photography • 1807 - Camera Lucida invented by William Hyde Wollaston • 1822 – Louis Daguerre develops the Diorama • 1826 - Joseph Niepcecreates first photograph • “View from a window at Gras” • 1837 - Daguerre produces the first Daguerrotype • 1839 - Hippolyte Bayard makes positive image on paper • 1840s – Talbot develops the calotype and publishes “The Pencil of Nature” • 1846 –Zeiss establishes lens factory • Photographers • Daguerre, Joseph Niepce, Hippolyte Bayard, William Fox Talbot View from the Window at Le Gras, 1826 by Joseph Niepce Boulevard du Temple, 1838 by Louis Daguerre Study of Tree, 1840 by William Fox Talbot

  3. 1851 - 1900 • Photography • 1850 – Albumen paper introduced by BlanquartEverard • 1852 – Society of Arts, London exhibits 779 photographs • 1861 – Maxwell demonstrates 3-colour theory • 1864 – J.W. Swann develops carbon transfer process • 1877 – First electric light studio • 1884 – Amateur Photographer magazine established • 1880s - Eastman produces flexible film; also develops the first Kodak with a film of 100 pictures • 1885 – Half-tone developed • 1891 – First Telephoto lens • 1900 – Kodak sells “Brownie” camera for $1 • Landscape Photographers • Oscar Rejlander, Roger Fenton, Timothy O’Sullivan , Carleton Watkins, Alfred Stieglitz Two Ways of Life (1857) – photomontage by Oscar Rejlander Bobbin Mill at Hurst Green, 1858 by Roger Fenton Distant View of the Domes, Yosemite Valley, California 1861 by Carleton Watkins

  4. 1901 - 1925 • Photography • 1902 – First issue of “Camera Work” magazine (USA) • 1904 – First colour process (Autochrome) • 1905 – 291 Photographic gallery opened in New York by Alfred Steiglitz • 1907 – Daily Mail was first paper to have all photographic images • 1924 – Leitz manufacture first Leica camera (Germany) • 1922 – Renger-Patsch begins realism photograph of everyday objects • Landscape Photographers • William Henry Jackson, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Edward Steichen High Bridge in Loop, 1925 by William Henry Jackson The Oregon Coast, 1909 by Edward Weston Wall Street, New York, 1915 by Paul Strand

  5. 1926 - 1950 Fish Market Near Birmingham, Alabama, 1936 by Walker Evans • Photography • 1927 -BBC founded • 1932 – f64 Group founded (USA) • 1935 – Farm Security Administration begins photographing rural conditions in America; • over 270,000 images produced • New magazines issued in USA – Life (1936) and Picture Post (1938) • 1936 – Kodachrome film first available • 1947 – Magnum Photographic Agency founded; • Polaroid camera first marketed • Landscape Photographers • Albert Renger-Patzsch, Walker Evans, Ansel Adams, Willard Van Dyke Schubert & Salzer factory, Ingolstadt, 1950 by Albert Renger-Patzsch The Hoover Dam from Across the Colorado River, 1941 by Ansel Adams

  6. 1951 - 1975 Photography • 1952 – Cartier-Bresson publishes “The Decisive Moment”; First issue of “Aperture” magazine • 1958 – Robert Frank publishes “The Americans” • 1963 – Polaroid launches instant colour version; Kodak launch colour Instamatic • 1966 – International Centre of Photography set up in New York • 1971 – Photographers Gallery opened in London • Landscape Photographers • Fay Godwin, Robert Adams, Bill Brandt, Robert Frank Gas save, Santa Fe, 1956 by Robert Frank Ear on the Beach,1957 by Bill Brandt Rotting Car, Cliffe Lagoon, 1982 by Fay Godwin

  7. Jubilee Street Party, Elland Yorkshire, 1977 by Martin Parr 1975 - • Photography • 1975 – New Topographics Exhibition, New York • 1976 – First SLR camera with TTL flash metering • 1983 – Opening of National Museum Film, Photography & Television, Bradford • By 1980 most photographers use colour rather than B&W • 1990s widespread availability of digital cameras • Landscape Photographers • John Davies, JemSoutham, Edward Burtynsky, Martin Parr Newton Moore Farm, 1985 by JemSoutham OCAR Oil Fields #3, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2006 by EwardBurtynsky