Digital Photography History Part 1

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In 1917, government ____________ allowed only glorious pictures of soldiers to be printed in American newspapers.
This movement of photography aimed to show a scene as realistically as possible without any manipulation, though many pictures had an abstract look to them.
This photographer was considered the father of Straight Photography. (Last name)
This photographer began the Photo Secessionist Movement.
Arthur Fellig, also known as _________ was one of the first Photojournalists.
This photography movement was concerned with making photography into a 'high art' by using tricks to make the photos 'more artistic.'
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Which publication started and pioneered the use of color photography?
What was Kodak's slogan?
Newspapers first featured drawings, then full page advertisements, the in the 1900's ________ completely replaced drawings.
This photographer published a 20 volume set that documented the lives of Native Americans. (Last name)
Kodak introduced the ________ in 1900 and it originally sold for only a dollar.
In 1900, the ________ became the main way to send photography through the mail.

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