Picture Of Portrait Of A Daguerreotypist 1845

Picture Of Portrait Of A Daguerreotypist 1845

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Daguerreotype

Daguerreotype was the first successful and commercial type of photography. Although relatively a complex method, it spread throughout the world and remained popular until simpler methods appeared and replaced it.

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History of Digital Photography

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History of Camera Obscura

Camera obscura is an old device which was used for experiments in optics, astronomy and in art. Its effect became noticeable in 5th century BC. In time it became necessary part of photographic camera.