History of photography questions This is a list of recently added questions about history of photography. Which of the following objects did not appear on the early photographs, because they had been too difficult to capture?People. Because of very long exposure times (up to several hours), first photographers pointed their cameras at static objects. The first photo of a person was made by incident by Louis Daguerre in 1838. He depicted a pedestrian who stopped for a shoe shine, taking a photo of Paris streets.Created by: globalquiz.orghistory of technics riddles »average 62% buildingsbuildings668naturenature517peoplepeople3508panoramaspanoramas947 Which resource used to be greatly consumed by the photo processing industry before the age of digital photography?Silver. Photography used 31% of the silver consumed in 1998. By 2010, it dropped to 7%.Created by: Jason Beagleyphotography riddles »hard 55% oiloil588silversilver4787cadmiumcadmium2220zinczinc971 In which year was the earliest surviving photograph created?C. 1826. Although Nicéphore Niépce took the first fixed, permanent photograph in 1822, it was later destroyed. The earliest surviving photograph by him is dated c. 1826 and is called 'View from the Window at Le Gras' (La cour du domaine du Gras). The image was created at Saint-Loup-de-Varennes and it captures the roof and surrounding countryside of the estate - Le Gras.Created by: Konrad Korczynskitechnology riddles »hard 51% c. 1826c. 18263049c. 1852c. 18521739c. 1886c. 1886920c. 1905c. 1905238 Why were photographic prints sepia toned?For improved resistance. Sepia toning enhances archival qualities of the photos. Chemicals are used to convert the metallic silver in the print to a sulfide compound, which is at least 50% more stable than silver.Created by: globalquiz.orgchemistry riddles »hard 56% sepia process was cheaper than black and whitesepia process was cheaper than black and white1128for improved resistancefor improved resistance4920it is simply ageing of paperit is simply ageing of paper1306it is the effect of exposition to sunlightit is the effect of exposition to sunlight1312 How many shots did color photography pioneers take for every photo?3. The first permanent color photographs were taken using the three-color-separation principle first published by physicist James Clerk Maxwell in 1855. Maxwell's idea was to take three separate black-and-white photographs through red, green and blue filters. This technique was used by Prokudin-Gorskii in this photo of Austro-Hungarian POWs.Created by: globalquiz.orgtechnology riddles »very hard 36% 11438222333393110-2010-20917 What kind of furniture was specifically made for photographers in the mid-19th century?Tables. The heavy specialized tables known as "Broody stands" were factory-made to keep models steady during the long exposure times. The table typically had a weighty cast iron base for stability, plus an adjustable-height pipe leg for use as either a model's armrest or neckrest.Created by: globalquiz.orgtechnology riddles »hard 46% wardrobeswardrobes256tablestables1474armchairsarmchairs970sofassofas477 Play photography quiz and see all the questions.