Dating photographs on glass
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See someone on the train you'd like to date? NameTag, an upcoming app for Android, iOS, and Google Glass uses facial recognition technology to match passersby to their social-media and dating info. Soon your face could be your calling card. An upcoming app for Android, iOS, and Google Glass called NameTag will allow you to photograph strangers and find out who they are -- complete with social networking and online dating profiles.
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History of Photography Glass plate negatives
Like a print on paper, it is viewed by reflected light. Like the daguerreotype , which it replaced, and like the prints produced by a Polaroid camera , each is a unique original that could only be duplicated by using a camera to copy it. The ambrotype was introduced in the s. During the s it was superseded by the tintype , a similar photograph on thin black-lacquered iron, hard to distinguish from an ambrotype if under glass. One side of a clean glass plate was coated with a thin layer of iodized collodion , then dipped in a silver nitrate solution. The plate was exposed in the camera while still wet.
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Is My Image an Ambrotype?
The carte de visite changed consumer photography as much as the introduction of any other type of photograph. First, the image had a more natural appearance than the black-base of the tintype. And since the materials were cheaper and easier to work with, prices of photographs continued to fall.
The negative is a semi-transparent image on a transparent support. That support may be either glass or plastic film. A negative contains an inverse image i. As film, still negatives can appear arranged on a film roll or as single image sheets.