ESPAÑOL
Con la proliferación de la tecnología digital el fenómeno de la democratización del medio a propulsado la fotografía a una inimaginable cantidad de lugares y usuarios. Casi en cada esquina alrededor del mundo las personas tienen acceso a un aparato electrónico que captura imágenes en forma digital.

El Cuarto Oscuro es la sección dedicada a la fotografía. Un espacio para aquellos que aman es rama del arte y se interesan en sus raíces. Aquí podrás navegar en la linea de tiempo desde que la fotografía fue inventada, por quien fue inventada, su desarrollo y evolución hasta su democratización histórica y la contemporánea entrando en la era digital. Ofrecemos secciones de biografías de aquellos que contribuyeron de manera artística o científica en la historia de la fotografía. Así como artículos sobre su terminología y representaciones contemporáneas.

ENGLISH

With the proliferation of digital technology one more time, the same phenomenon of democratization of the medium has propulsion photography to an unimaginable numbers and places. Almost in every corner around the word people has access to a device that captures an image digitally or film.

Dark Room is a place for those who love and want to explore the world of photography. You can learn from its humble origins through its evolution, inventors, and pursuers at the same time that you can participate in Your Photos blog section to discovering the images and techniques of photographers and nonphotographers.

Basic Lighting

Photography is dependent on light. What the light is doing, the subject and the quality of light can direct. Informational and emotional responses when we look at a photograph. Look carefully before you shoot… at the intensity, quality and direction of the light. See...

Tecnicas de Cuarto Oscuro

DarkRoomYou would be interested to know that there are still people that take pride in spending eight hours in a quiet dark corner to achieve what someone with a laptop can do in a quarter of that time. Do technology create something better? well… All depends how you...

Francis Frith

Francis Frith b. 7 October 1822; d. 25 February 1898 If, in a public house, one were to see photographs of towns and villages of long ago, it is very likely that they will be by Francis Frith. Frith started in the cutlery business, abandoning this in 1850 to becoming...

Fred Holland Day

Fred Holland Day b. 8 July 1864; d. 12 November 1933 He was born in Massachusetts. A wealthy man, he spent much of his fortune on causes, and dressed and acted in a manner which labeled him as an eccentric. He first dabbled in painting, but then took up photography....

Frederick Henry Evans

Frederick Henry Evans b. 26 June 1852; d. 24 June 1943 Evans was a British photographer who became involved in photography as an amateur in 1882, primarily of architectural subjects. his photography of Architecture and Landscape was so successful that he retired from...

Frederick Scott Archer

Frederick Scott Archer ( B. 1813; D. 2 May 1857 ) Archer’s development of the wet collodion process changed the face of photography, enabling the making of finely detailed negatives. Until then the two processes in existence were the daguerreotype and the calotype,...

George Davidson

George Davidson B. September 19, 1854 – D. December 26, 1930 Davidson was active in photography at the turn of the century, when photographers were moving away from sharp images towards a more impressionistic type of photography, using differential focusing, and...

George Eastman

George Eastman b. 12 July 1854; d. 14 March 1932 Up to the time of Eastman photography, though already popular, was still considered too complicated for ordinary users, and George Eastman is remembered for having made photography accessible to all. Eastman started off...

George Edward Stanhope Carnarvon

George Edward Stanhope Carnarvon b. 26 June 1866; d. 5 April 1923 The Earl of Carnarvon was a British Egyptologist who was the patron and associate of the archaeologist Howard Carter in the discovery, of King Tutankhamen’s tomb, in 1922, which he photographed. A keen...

Gertrude Kasebier

Gertrude Kasebier b. 18 May 1852; d. 12 October 1934 Gertrude Kasebier was born in Iowa, began taking photographs in the early nineties, and in 1897 opened her first portrait studio in New York City. She was the first woman to be elected to the prestigious Linked...