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The Genius of Photography 摄影演义


In the course of our 170 year relationship, photography has delighted us, served us, moved us, outraged us and occasionally disappointed us. But mainly, it has intrigued us by showing the secret strangeness that lies beneath the world of appearances. And that is photography's true genius



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The Genius of Photography 3

The desire for photography is an ancient one.
The Roman writer Pliny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall.
Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot.
It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist.

'No, it's no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the era, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas and concerns are the/ Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography.
That's say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half gazed eyes he sees dazzling in sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment.
And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle. '

It had been known for centuries what a camera obscura could do.
The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.
'As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver chlorides, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made.
The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black.
I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts.
They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prints where they literally put a piece of technical specimen on... directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared.
So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the. . . a marketable photographic process in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily. '

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M. P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing.
But there was one flaw in this polymath's list of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

'Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished in all sort of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper.
And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscura and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his fertile mind started putting all these things together. '
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But the desire for photography isn't an ancient want. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traces the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted to was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830's, the scientists found a way to satisfy the desire, and by then it has become a part of scientist.

"It is no accident that the euro conception of photography happened to coincide with euro, we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the Romantic Movement, find themselves in bodied in experiment toward photography. Let's say Courige will be lying on hillside and looking up in his half day's eyes he sees demons and *, he thinks how can I possibly capture these * moment. And for photography, this thing which captures the moment from time and fixes in the place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle."

It has been known for centuries what a camera or * can do. The breakthrough came with the observation of certain chemicals were lights sensitive.

'This was well-known for at least centuries before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver *, silver night * reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore the images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the images being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop the developing eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in General of the Royal Institution where he discussed the experiments he and Tom Wager had been making an experiming with the silver salts. They set a piece of laser and they tried to make contact prince with literally put a piece over * specifically directly on to it. It exposed to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the remarkable photography process in 1839, we find at least these two people probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily."

Among the * photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, N.P. the master of later called * and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this poly master of * accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Fox Tolbert to, is accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And then he started to think about the camera skill and certain thing about camera striating when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes spring of 1834, his photo mind started to put all these things together."
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traces the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830's, the science found a way to satisfy the desire, and by then has become a part of scientist.

"There is no accident that the euro conception of photography happened to coincide with the euro, we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in experiment towards photography. Let's say Courige will be lying on hillside and looking up in his half day's eyes he sees demons and * , he thinks how can I possibly capture this * moment. And photography, this thing which captures the moment from time and fixes in the place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle."

It has been known for centuries what a camera obscura can do. The breakthrough came with the observation of certain chemicals were lights sensitive.

'This was well-known for at least centuries before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver *, silver night * reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore the images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the images being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop the developing eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in General of the Royal Institution where he discussed the experiments that he and Tom Wager had been making an experimenting with the silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they tried to make contact prince with literally put a piece over * specifically directly on to it. It exposed to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the remarkable photography process in 1839, we find at least these two people probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily."

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, N.P. the master of lake cork kebby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this poly master of * accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Fox Tolbert to, is accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And then he started to think about the camera obsura and certain thing about camera striating when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes spring of 1834, his photo mind started to put all these things together."
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The desire for photography isn't an ancient want. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traces the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall.Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830's, the science found a way to satisfy the desire, and by then it has become a part of scientist.

"It is no accident that the euro conception of photography happened to coincide with euro, we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the Romantic Movement, find themselves enbodied in experiments towards photography. Let's say Courage will be lying on hillside and looking up in his half day's eyes he sees demons and thorns, he thinks how can I possibly capture these envious moment. And for photography, this thing which captures the moment from time and fixes in the place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle."

It has been known for centuries what a camera obscura can do. The breakthrough came with the observation of certain chemicals of lights sensitive.

This was well-known for at least centuries before 1839 that's ,for example, silver sorts, silver *, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore the images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the images being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop the developing eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in General of the Royal Institution where he discussed the experience he and Tom Wager had been making an experimenting with the silver sorts. They set a piece of laser and they tried to make contact prince with literally put a piece over technical specifically directly on to it. It exposed to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the remarkable photography process in 1839, we find at least these two people probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily."

Among the putters of photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, N.P. the master of later and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this poly marvelous accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is the Henry about to, is accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And then he started to think about the camera skill and certain thing about camera striating when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes spring of 1834, his photo mind started to put all these things together."
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist(介个真难听出来).

"No,it's no accident that the only conceptions of photography happened to coincide with the euro, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the other Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in experiments towards photography. Let's say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half dazed eyes he sees dazzling sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evilnessing moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in / place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle."

It had been known for centuries what a camera obscura could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.

'This was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver colorize, silver night-shape reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore / images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image/ being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses / experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prince with a literally put /piece over technical space and after directly on to it ,expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the...a marketable photography process in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily."

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M.P. the master of lake cork kebby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath slice-tor of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry /Tolbert to his accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started /thinking about the camera obsura and started thinking about chemistry when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his photo mind started to put all these things together."
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist(介个真难听出来).

"No, it's no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the usual, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the other Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography. Like that say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half dazed eyes he sees dazzling sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle. "

It had been known for centuries what a camera obscure could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.
"As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver colorize, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prince with a literally put a piece over technical space and after directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the. . . a marketable photographic persist in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily. "

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M. P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath slice-tor of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscure and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his photo mind started putting all these things together. "
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so, western art was born. But all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn’t until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire that by then had it become a part of scientist.

“No, it’s no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the usual, that we call now ‘romanticism’. Because many of the ideas in concerns of the other Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography. Like that say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half dazed eyes he sees dazzling sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle.”

It had been known for centuries, what a camera obscure could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.

“As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839, that’s for example, silver salts, silver colorize, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making, if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prince with a literally put a piece over technical space and after directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up, and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the… a marketable photographic persist in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily.”

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M.P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath slice-tor of accomplishments, he couldn’t draw photography.

“Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful 3-Dimentional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscure and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his photo mind started putting all these things together.”
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pleny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist

"No, it's no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the usual, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas in concerns of the other Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography. Like that say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half dazed eyes he sees dazzling sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle. "

It had been known for centuries what a camera optikos could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.
"As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver colorize, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prince with a literally put a piece over technical space and after directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the. . . a marketable photographic persist in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily. "

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M. P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath slice-tor of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished all certain of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscure and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his photo mind started putting all these things together. "
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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pliny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist(介个真难听出来).

"No, it's no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the era, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas and concerns are the/ Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography. That's say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half dazed eyes he sees dazzling in sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle. "

It had been known for centuries what a camera obscura could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.
"As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver colorize, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prints where they literally put a piece of technical specimen on... directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the. . . a marketable photographic process in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily. "

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M. P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath's list of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished in all sort of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscura and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his photo mind started putting all these things together. "

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The desire for photography is an ancient one. The Roman writer Pliny recounts the legend of a young woman who traced the outline of her departing lover shadow on the wall. Inspired by this, her father made the first sculpture and so western art was born, but all the poor girl really wanted was a snapshot. It wasn't until the 1830s, that science found a way to satisfy her desire, that by then had it become a part of scientist.

"No, it's no accident that the only conceptions of the photography happened to coincide with the era, that we call now romanticism, because many of the ideas and concerns are the/ Romantic Movement, find themselves embodied in the experiments towards photography. That's say Courige will be lying on a hillside and looking up in his half gazed eyes he sees dazzling in sun and he thinks how can I possibly capture this evanescent moment. And photography, this thing which captures a moment from time and fixes it in place is a kind of answer to this romantic struggle. "

It had been known for centuries what a camera obscura could do. The breakthrough came with the observation that certain chemicals were light-sensitive.
"As if it was well-known for at least a century before 1839 that's for example, silver salts, silver chlorides, silver nitrate reacted and responded to light, darkened and therefore images could be made. The problem that was difficult to solve was to stop the image being made to find a way, if you like fixing the image stop it developing and eventually becoming black. I mean we have, for example, an account published in 1802 by Hanfree Davian in the Journal of the Royal Institution where he discusses experiments that he and Tom Wager would have been making , if experimenting with these silver salts. They sought a piece of leather and they may try to make contact prints where they literally put a piece of technical specimen on... directly onto it, expose it to light and then for a moment, they actually saw an image come up and then heartbreakingly, I suppose, the image kept going black until it disappeared. So as early as 1802, well before the announcement of the. . . a marketable photographic process in 1839, we find at least these two people and probably many more who have experienced photography momentarily. "

Among the proto-photographers struggling to fix the fleeting shadows was Henry Fox Tolbert, M. P. the master of Lake Cork cabby and a world authority on botany and cuneiform writing. But there was one flaw in this polymath's list of accomplishments, he couldn't draw photography.

"Here is Henry Tolbert to his accomplished in all sort of things, but he has absolutely no idea how to take that complicated colorful three dimensional world and get it down to lines on a piece of paper. And it was then he started thinking about the camera obscura and started thinking about chemistry and when he went back to Lake Cork in sometimes the spring of 1834, his fertile mind started putting all these things together. "


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