Camera Obscura – optical device that projects an image of its surroundings. Camera Lucida – performs an optical superimposition of the subject being viewed upon the surface of which the artist is drawing. Thaumatrope – a card attached to two string and when you pull the strings, the two images come together to make one full image. Daguerreotype - Image is exposed directly into a mirror-polished surface of silver bearing a coating of silver halide particles deposited by iodine vapor. Carl Zeiss – Opens optical factory in Germany. Photojournalism – particular form of journalism that creates images in order to tell a news story. Platinotype – prints made by a monochrome printing process that provides the greatest tonal range of any printing method using chemical development. Kinetoscope – early motion picture exhibition device. Designed for films to be viewed individually. “The Brownie” – popularized low-cost photography. Made by Eastman Kodak Kodachrome – successfully mass-marketed color still film using a subtractive method. Digital Cameras – made by Steven Sasson of Eastman Kodak Took 23 seconds to capture its first image. Adobe Photoshop – second professional image manipulation program available for Macs. What does digital photography mean today – Its really advanced because it came a long way to get where we are now.