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The first photographic image was produced by:


Niepce

Talbot

Daguerre

Archer
Niepce
pg. 346
The first commercially successful color process that incorporated potato starch and resulted in a color transparency was ___.


autochrome

dye transfer

ambrotype

kodachrome
autochrome

kodachrome
pg. 351
Which of the following involved the use of a paper negative to reproduce an image?


heliograph

camera obscura

calotype

daguerreotype
calotype
pg. 348
Talbot is credited with the development of:


the collodion process

the calotype

the ambrotype

roll film
the calotype
pg. 348
The first roll film was produced by:


Talbot

Niepce

Eastman

Archer
Eastman
pg. 350
Hannibal Goodwin developed a roll film that did not require:


a paper backing

loading

emulsion

processing
a paper backing
pg. 350
Antoine and Louis Lumiere are credited with developing:


the first roll film

the first stereographic
photographs

a full-color transparency

the first photographic image
a full-color transparency
pg. 351
Disderi is noted for popularizing:


stereographic photographs

cartes-de-visite

tintypes

the Kodak camera
cartes-de-visite
pg. 353
The photographer whose idea it was to send teams of photographers to photograph the American Civil War was:


Matthew Brady

Timothy H. O'Sullivan

Alexander Gardner

Roger Fenton
Matthew Brady
pg. 355
Eadweard Muybridge is noted for:


his pioneering work in travel photography

his cartes-de-visite
his pioneering work in motion study

developing the autochrome process
his pioneering work in motion study
pg. 356
One of the first photographers to use the medium as a catalyst for social change was:


Matthew Brady

William Henry fox Talbot

Jacob Riis

Muybridge
Jacob Riis
pg. 358
Who among the following was not a photographer for the Farm Security Administration?


Dorothea Lange

Arthur Rothstein

Lewis Hine

Gordon Parks
Lewis Hine
pg. 359
Moholy-Nagy and Man Ray were:


affiliated with the Bauhaus

photojournalists

leaders of the Photo-Secession

known as straight photographers
affiliated with the Bauhaus
pg. 367
The ________ produced a unique image on a highly polished surface of silver that was plated on a copper sheet.


calotype

ambrotype

heliography process

daguerreotype
daguerreotype
pg. 347
As with the ________, the collodion process created a reproducible image.


camera obscura

calotype

daguerreotype

heliograph
calotype
pg. 349
The calotype process used paper as a base for the emulsion, but the collodion process used___.


pewter

glass

paper

copper
glass
pg. 349
With the advent of ________ , photographers could make images and "carry less than a pack-horse load".

silver plating

the Kodak camera

stereographic photographs

collodion
the Kodak camera
pg. 350
A(n) ________ is not made using collodion.


tintype

stereographic photograph

calotype

ambrotype
calotype
pg. 349
Between 1908 and 1921, ________ made 5,000 pictures for the National Child Labor Committee.


Eugene Atget

Lewis Hine

August Sander

Jacob Riis
Lewis Hine
pg. 358
The ________ allowed photographs, along with text, to be printed with inks on paper.


collodion process

development of roll film

Farm Security Administration

halftone process
halftone process
pg. 360
In the 1950's, ________ was considered the center for social documentation.


the West Coast

the Bauhaus

New York

Berlin
New York
pg. 368
________ was a Swiss photographer who documented the peculiarities of American society in the 1950s.


Jacob Riis

Lazlo Moholy-Nagy

Robert Frank

Lewis Hine
Robert Frank
pg. 369
T or F: Aaron Siskind's work was identified with the West Coast in the 1950's.
False
pg. 368
T or F: Tintypes are made using collodion.
True
pg. 349
T or F: Photography found acceptance as a legitimate art form in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
True
pg. 370
T or F: Kodachrome employs an additive process of color mixing.
False
pg. 351
T or F: The photographers of the Farm Security Administration produced a large collection of images showing the plight of farmers during World War II.
False
pg. 359  
T or F: Peter Henry Emerson developed an allegorical photography style using multiple negatives to produce composite images.
False
pg. 364
T or F: Alfred Steiglitz was a photographer and gallerist who promoted photography as an art form in America.
True
pg. 365
T or F: Robert Frank's ironic approach to America exerted a great influence on the style of photography as an art form.
True
pg. 369
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