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Photo History

ArtistKnown For
Joseph Niecephore Niepce took oldest surviving photo. camera obscura to capture image made of varnish of metal plates
Louis Jacques Daguerre invented Daquerrotype (positive b&w image on a mirror) evolutionary dead end
William Henry Fox Talbot proved silver salts were darkened by light. soaked sheets of paper in silver chloride and put in camera obscuras to make paper negatives. foundation for all processes.
George Eastman founder of kodak. kodak camera preloaded with film and affordable
Lumiere brothers invented color photography. called autochrome. used a glass plate color transparency made of RGB grains of dyed starch. Cinematographers
photography a science and an art
Created by: Basically_Jess