Media, Information and Technoculture 2000F/G Lecture Notes - Collodion Process, Mathew Brady, Daguerreotype

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Around today for a year subscription. Not paying for great illustrations or photos, it was mainly just writing. Realization that you don"t have to charge people that much money. Lower the price (penny per copy) and get money from ads. News writing style where first paragraph should embody the essence of the story. You can get the gist of the story by reading the first paragraph. Two canadian examples: hugh graham montreal star 1880s, john robertson toronto. Fewer people are influencing the newspaper content. Photographic studios happening in toronto and new york. You couldn"t make copies of an image, just one. Replacement of daguerrotype that allowed you to make copies. Had to be in studio to take photos, sit for a very long time, no action shots. Not the most creative/inventive notions of photography. Allowed for mobile photographic use. the processing system allowed you to take photos outside, outdoors, around anywhere.

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