What can be inferred from paragraphs 1 and 2 about the effect of photography on nineteenth-century painting? A. Photography did not significantly change the way people looked at reality. B. Most painters used the images of the camera obscura in preference to those of the daguerreotype. C. Painters who were concerned with realistic or naturalistic representation were particularly influenced by photography. D. Artists used the long-awaited invention of photography in just the ways they had expected to.