2.3 Two Questions About Origins of Photography (GRADED DISCUSSION)
When considering the information about the origins of photography, many aspects of the development of the process are obscured by the passing of time. While the textbook and the slide presentation give you a lot of information, I am interested in how you process and assimilate that information, and make sense of it all.
I would like you to think of two specific, clearly stated questions that might help the process (or equipment) make more sense to you personally.
The questions can be about very specific things or more broad-based concepts; ask anything about the span of time we are covering in this first chapter.
The questions will be useful to everybody as we move forward in the history of photography using the textbook. The questions give me insight in to what you are interested in finding out more about. There are no wrong questions, and sometimes there can be many answers to be found within the branching and overlapping experimentation happening while people attempted to capture a permanent image that would not fade away over time.