- Author:John H. Hammond
- Publisher:CRC Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1981)
- Pages:194 pages
- Subcategory:Photography & Video
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The pinhole camera obscura was equipped with lenses and mirrors and transformed into the optical camera obscura of. .The Photographic Journal XXV/9 (1901), 270-290; J. H. Hammond, The Camera Obscura: A Chronicle
The pinhole camera obscura was equipped with lenses and mirrors and transformed into the optical camera obscura of the early modern period. Although no single optical camera obscura has survived from the 17th century, we know from written sources and a few book illustrations that at least four principal types of this camera were developed and in use. The simplest arrangement, with a lens fastened in the pinhole, projected an inversed and reversed image on a vertical screen opposite the aperture. Hammond, The Camera Obscura: A Chronicle. Adam Hilger, 1981; Steadman, op. ci. chapter 1. 6.
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Hammond, John . Jetty at Margate England, 1898. An attraction in the late 19th century. au/AIC/CAMERA OBSCURA.
Hammond, John H, The Camera Obscura – A Chronicle, Adam Hilger Ltd, Bristol, 1981. Scott, Peter, ‘What Came First, Camera or Photograph?’ in The Photographic Collector Vol 4 No 1, Spring, 1983 pp 90-105. Today, only a few survive. As well as original Victorian examples, however, there are some modern camera obscura. For example, in 1990 the Department of the Environment sponsored the building of a camera obscura for the Gateshead Garden Festival.
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