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  • Mapping the Photographic Territory

  • Mapping the Photographic Territory

  • Photographic History

  • Cameras

  • Development of Digital

  • Analogue

  • Plate

  • Film

  • Output

  • Chemical

  • Older developing processes

  • DaguerreotypeCopper, silver-plated1839 - c. 1860

  • Cyanotpyec. 1880 - c. 1910still usedBrilliant blue color, matte surface; invented in 1842 but not used until 1880's; paper fibers visible.

  • Wet collodianGlass1851 - c. 1880

  • Dry Collodian

  • Etc

  • AmbrotypeGlass, clear1851 - c. 1880

  • Salted paper print(calotype)1840 - c. 18601890s

  • Albumen printCOATED PAPER1851 - c. 1900s

  • The chemical darkroom

  • Digital

  • Online

  • In computers

  • Printed

  • Paper

  • Other materials

  • People

  • Photographic pioneers

  • Early 20th Century

  • Late 20th C/Contemporary

  • Photography as historical record

  • FSA

  • Dorothea Lange

  • War photography

  • Censorship

  • Propaganda

  • Genres

  • Landscape

  • Portraiture

  • Candid

  • Formal

  • Studio

  • School

  • Wedding

  • Sports

  • Photojournalism/Reportage/Street photography

  • Abstract

  • Nude

  • Fashion

  • Glamour

  • Porn

  • Social

  • Paparazzi

  • Wedding

  • Wildlife

  • Macro

  • Scientific

  • Medical

  • Forensic

  • Astrographyastronomical photography

  • Micrographymicroscope photography

  • Infra Red

  • Commercial

  • Editorial/news

  • Architectural

  • Scenic

  • Corporate

  • Industrial

  • Advertising

  • Aerial

  • Underwater

  • Food

  • Culture differences

  • Within the UK

  • Photography as Middle-class hobby

  • Art, science or mere craft?

  • Between countries

  • Gender issues

  • Women as photographers

  • Women as subject matter

  • Porn

  • Glamour

  • Fashion

  • Feminist/non-sexist

  • Ethics

  • Porn

  • Candids

  • Voyeurism

  • Children

  • Consent and ownership

  • Philosophy

  • What is a photograph?

  • "All photograohy is exploitative and voyeurisitic" Walker Evans

  • Is it possible to photograph nothing?

  • Referents and signifiers

  • Accessibility

  • Everyone's a photographer now

  • Cheap point and shoot cameras

  • Lomography

  • Cameraphones

  • Easy dissemination

  • Impact of new technologies

  • on Communication/dissemination of information

  • Smartphones

  • Wireless technology

  • Online publishing

  • Newspapers/magazines

  • on camera ownership

  • Cheap and cheerful

  • Greater sophistication for less money

  • Photography as contemporary record

  • War journalism

  • Embedding journalists

  • Censorship

  • Terrorism

  • Amateur shots

  • Professional coverage

  • Reportage

  • AIDS

  • Africa

  • Drugs

  • Gang warfare

  • etc

  • Fashion

  • Key Texts

  • Camera LucidaRoland Barthes0099225417Vintage

  • Basic Critical Theory for PhotographersAshley la GrangeFocal Press0240516524

  • The Photograph: A Visual and Cultural History (Oxford History of Art S.)Graham Clarke0192842005Oxford 1997

  • The Photography ReaderEd Liz Wells041524661XRoutledge,an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd 2002

  • Photography: A Critical IntroductionEd Liz Wells 041530704XRoutledge,an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd 2002

  • On PhotographySusan Sontag0140053972Penguin 1979

  • Web resources

  • Far too many to list but here are my bookmarksLinks: bookmarks.html

  • Summary

    Copper, silver-plated1839 - c. 1860

    c. 1880 - c. 1910still usedBrilliant blue color, matte surface; invented in 1842 but not used until 1880's; paper fibers visible.Glass1851 - c. 1880

    Glass, clear1851 - c. 1880

    1840 - c. 18601890sCOATED PAPER1851 - c. 1900s

    astronomical photographymicroscope photographyRoland Barthes0099225417VintageAshley la GrangeFocal Press0240516524Graham Clarke0192842005Oxford 1997Ed Liz Wells041524661XRoutledge,an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd 2002Ed Liz Wells 041530704XRoutledge,an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd 2002Susan Sontag0140053972Penguin 1979