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ARH 324 Hist Photo SP1: Quiz Submissions - Quiz 3. Graded A 100%
Question 1 1 / 1 point
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Question 2 2 / 2 points
What was so great about the invention of the half-tone process?
A) it made tintypes effective vehicles for advertising
B) it ensured the onging employment of sketch artists
C) it allowed publications to reproduces photographic images directly, rather than through engravings
D) it allowed photographers to bypass the wet plate method
Question 3 2 / 2 points
Julia Margaret Cameron established one of the earliest professional portrait studios in London.
Question 4 2 / 2 points
The No. 1 Kodak camera did not have:
A) 100 exposures
B) a roll of light-sensitive film
C) fixed focus
D) a viewfinder
Question 5 2 / 2 points
About which photographer did the New York Times write, he “has done something to bring home to us the terrible reality and earnestness of war. If he has not brought bodies and laid them in our dooryards and along the streets, he has done something very like it”?
A) Roger Fenton
B) George Barnard
C) Matthew Brady
D) Alexander Gardner
Question 6 2 / 2 points
“a photograph produced by combination printing must be deeply studied in every particular, so that no departure from the truth of nature shall be discovered by the closest scrutiny.” Who wrote this?
A) Oscar Rejlander
B) Gustave Le Gray
C) Henry Peach Robinson
D) Eduard Baldus
Question 7 2 / 2 points
How much did the Kodak \"Brownie\" camera cost?
Question 8 2 / 2 points
The public was outraged that Alexander Gardner re-arranged of the scene in the photograph Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, Gettysburg.
Question 9 2 / 2 points
During the Crimean War and the American Civil War, what where photographers not well equipped to take pictures of?
B) battlefield action
D) military leaders and troops
Question 10 2 / 2 points
Nan Goldin believes that any single photograph in The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is capable of conveying the whole story of the Ballad.
Question 11 2 / 2 points
The British journalist William Howard Russell wrote this: The “wretched beggar who wanders the streets of London in the rain leads the life of a prince compared with the British soldiers who are fighting out here for their country.” Why?
A) to draw attention to the hardships faced by British troops on the Crimean War
B) to draw public attention to the relatively well-kept state of most London beggars
C) to counteract photographic reports of hardship in the Crimean War
D) to rally public support for Queen Victoria
Question 12 2 / 2 points
What did most of Fenton’s photographs of the Crimean war portray?
A) military leaders and soldiers in no danger
B) the results of supply shortages
C) the wreckage of battle
D) fallen soldiers
Question 13 2 / 2 points
What is a tintype?
A) A popular, cheap, lightweight photograph developed on thin sheets of iron that was invented shortly before the American Civil War began.
B) a vernacular term for photographs made of the characters Tintin and Rin Tin Tin.
C) A popular and cheap type of advertising photography that was commonly transferred onto tins of food
D) A popular, cheap, lightweight photographed developed on thin sheets of cardboard that was invented in Paris in the 1840s
Question 14 2 / 2 points
What was Kodak\'s slogan?
A) Take a Picture, It\'ll Last Longer
B) We Make Photography Easy
C) Kodak... and You\'ll Never Forget
D) You Press the Button -- We Do the Rest
Question 15 2 / 2 points
Most civil war photographers were from the North.
Question 16 0 / 2 points
Why did Julia Margaret Cameron prefer to photograph subjects such as John Herschel with uncombed hair?
A) she did not want her subjects to dress up or use props
B) his portrait was part of a series on Victorian bed head
C) his hair became an outward manifestation of his active mind
D) uncombed hair matched her soft-focus aesthetic
Question 17 2 / 2 points
Which photographer did Abraham Lincoln credit for his photograph’s role in helping him win the Presidency?
A) Timothy O\'Sullivan
B) Alexander Gardner
C) George Barnard
D) Matthew Brady
Question 18 0 / 2 points
Fenton’s photographs were praised by critics for their factual quality and superiority to word.
Question 19 2 / 2 points
What happened to 90,000 of Gardner’s glass plate negatives?
A) They have been lovingly conserved and they are available online.
B) They were destroyed in a fire.
C) They were sold to salvage the glass and silver in the emulsion
D) They were shattered during a battle.
Question 20 2 / 2 points
What is the carte-de-visite “Mary Todd Lincoln with the Ghost of Abraham Lincoln” an example of?
A) a tintype
B) a spirit photograph
C) photography\'s capacity to represent the real
D) all of the above
Question 21 2 / 2 points
How long did it take Gardner to make about 70 photographs at the battlefield at Antietem?
A) 5 days
B) one day
C) a month
D) one afternoon
Question 22 2 / 2 points
Baldus made a combination print of the Cloister of St. Trophime because…
A) he made combination prints as a matter of course
B) he was unable to record the low-light scene with his camera and printing technology
C) he did not want the skies to be overexposed
D) his job with the mission heliographique was to troubleshoot technical problems
Question 23 2 / 2 points
Why did Henry Peach Robinson title his photograph, “Fading Away”?
A) the photogaph represented a young girl dying of tuberculosis
B) his photographic chemicals were unstable and he feared the image would fade away
C) the sun in the photograph was setting and the day was fading away
D) none of the above
Question 24 2 / 2 points
What did people do with their No. 1 Kodak film camera when they were done shooting the whole roll?
A) take it to a local drugstore for developing
B) mail just the roll of film to Kodak for developing
C) develop it in their own darkrooms
D) mail the entire camera to Kodak for developing
Question 25 2 / 2 points
Who said this: “When I have had such men before my camera, my whole soul has endeavoured to do its duty towards them in recording faithfully the greatness of the inner as well as the features of the outer man”?
Julia Margaret Cameron
Question 26 2 / 2 points
A high percentage of civil war photographs depict slaves.
Question 27 2 / 2 points
Why did Fenton go to the Crimea?
A) he was commissioned by a print publisher
B) he was drafted as a soldier and made photographs while he was there
C) he was sent by the London Times as a foreign correspondent
D) Queen Victoria asked him to make photographs that would provide evidence of the terrible living conditions for soldiers
Question 28 2 / 2 points
According to Marien, why did Gardner reconfigure the scene he found at Gettysburg?
A) to intensify its visual and emotional effects
B) to mislead the public
C) Gardner had a blatant disregard for the dead
D) the express his support of the war