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Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
High School:” 2 de octubre de 1968”
Foreign Language III
Teacher: M. C. Andrade Bonilla Fernando
April 2011


Introduction 3
Objective 3
Hypothesis 3
Methodology 3
Part I. Origin of Photography 4
Part II. Controversy about photography 6
Part III. Data collection 9
General conclusion 12Bibliography 13
Appendix 1 14

This project is intended to raise awareness of the artistic style that represents the picture and the emergence of that, besides the application in areas of science and ecology side. We should mention that there are several types of photography that apply every day. This development also gives us the opportunity to take moments that are importantin the life of every human being.
The objective of this project is to present photography as art
The photography in addition to being an image is a subjective art
The appearances of digital cameras, mixed with video and photography in virtual reality environments complicate, enrich the future of this art. Therefore it is important to note that besides being thepicture of human experience is art and therefore must be held.
The methodology used as long this research is a grove to method and techniques. Such as bibliography strategies, stat is analysis Cientific approach , filed research strategies integral method and essay strategies, bibliographic research methods, between others.

Part I. Origin of Photography
The research of work isabout origin and describes how and when photography stretches to get importance in the human.
Kurtz (2001). Before the term photography was used, was known as the daguerreotype. And although part of its development was due to Joseph-Nicephore Niepce, the discovery was made ​​public by Louis Daguerre, after perfecting the technique. This term is used to describe both the whole process of obtainingthese images and its result: the very imagery or 'photographs'.
Teixidor (2003). The history of photography began in 1839 with the worldwide spread of the daguerreotype process, developed and perfected by Daguerre, from previous experiences Niépce unpublished. The "Year Zero" is 1839. But his history starts with the discovery of the camera obscure, and research on the blackening of silver salts.The photograph was born in France in a time of transition from pre-industrial society to industrial society, facilitated by technical innovations of the time. It also influences birth positivist philosophy, which states that every element of nature must be tested empirically. The bourgeoisie is the ruling social class of the moment, using the portrait as a means of verification and affirmationof social promotion.
Rivero (2004). In 1816 Niepce obtained a first negative image is imperfect and unstable, with a pinhole camera. In 1826, gets its first blueprint, based on the bitumen or asphalt. In 1842 the English chemist and astronomer Sir John Frederick William Herschel introduced a process called cyanotype. Blanquart Evrard in 1850 used the role of albumin. In these copies to albumin,the paper fibers are coated with egg albumin. Then this paper is sensitized silver nitrate. In 1851 he introduced the new wet photographic process. This meant that photographers had to carry a portable darkroom in order to prepare the board before making and proceeding to disclose immediately. In 1871 comes the process of the gelatine dry plates-bromide, which involves the use of a glass plate onwhich lies a bromide solution, water and gelatin sensitized with silver nitrate; you no longer need to maintain plate wet at all times. In 1888, George Eastman Kodak launches. Its commercial success was the introduction in the market for photographic film cartridge, causing the gradual replacement of the glass plates. In 1907 the factory sold Lamiere color photography. Are glass slides or...
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