Date of Award

Fall 10-2-2018

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Department

Art

First Advisor

Christopher Dant

Second Advisor

Paul Dunlap

Third Advisor

Dr. Nancy Dalman

Abstract

Due to the ever changing advancements in technology, photography is a constantly growing field. What was once an art form solely used by professionals is now accessible to every consumer in the world. This study analyzes the history of photography from where it all began to where it is today. The literature being studied focuses heavily on the history of photography, specifically in the analog, alternate process, and pre-digital era, where the earliest discoveries were made in creating what is commonly known today as a camera. The goal of this research is to study the evolution and history of photography and use this information to predict where photography will go in the future with technology ever changing. The following research will cover the early discoveries of photography, how the technology evolved from film to digital, and where digital is today, predicting the use of photography in the future.

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