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In the sciences (and pseudo-sciences), photographs gained credibility as objective evidence because they could document people, places, and events.
Photographers like Eadweard Muybridge created portfolios of photographs to measure human and animal locomotion.
In order to understand this change in perception and use—why photography appealed to artists by the early 1900s, and how it was incorporated into artistic practices by the 1920s—we need to start by looking back.
In the later nineteenth century, photography spread in its popularity, and inventions like the Kodak #1 camera (1888) made it accessible to the upper-middle class consumer; the Kodak Brownie camera, which cost far less, reached the middle class by 1900.
Photography undergoes extraordinary changes in the early part of the twentieth century.
This can be said of every other type of visual representation, however, but unique to photography is the transformed perception of the medium.
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The vast majority of antique photographs taken in the 19th century were one of the following types.
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