history of photography

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In 1826 Niépce produced the first permanent chemically-produced photographic image, though lens-generated images go back centuries previous... and as with many modern technologies, the 'invention' was not down to one person, but rather related technologies springing up near-simultaneously in different countries (invention by zeitgeist, you might say...). This board goes up to 1899.

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Funny pictures about Victorian photo booth. Oh, and cool pics about Victorian photo booth. Also, Victorian photo booth photos.

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collectivehistory: ““Back to the sandy beach after bathing,” photo published in a 1903 “L’Illustration” issue ” J'aime cette image intemporelle : 1903 ou 2013 ,

1900-back to the beach after bathing

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Edwardian Era: Lovely Vintage Photos of Children on the Beach Vintage Beach Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Vintage Abbildungen, Photo Vintage, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs


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18 Photos Of Victorians Smiling. Not all of these pics are "Victorian", but still, the purpose comes across. I think because we are distanced from the people of the past we stop thinking of them as people. They felt all the emotions we do today.

Gibson Girls - much more fun than previously thought

c. 1910 I fought to get this one. I love the shorter girl's face - it's such a joyful picture! They must be visiting Coney Island or some other early-1900s hot spot for the young in the summer. The swimsuits are great examples of early bathing suits. Must have been hellish for the girls trying to swim in that! If anyone can read the text on the guys' swimsuits or recognize anything in the background, let me know. I'd love to know more about where these fun young people were and what they…

Veronica in Bloom is a unique photograph. Made a year after William Henry Fox Talbot reported his 'art of photogenic drawing' to the Royal Society, there are no copies. Henry Fox Talbot, British Inventors, Salt Art, Alternative Photography, History Of Photography, Photography Ideas, 6 Photos, London Photos, Science Art

Veronica in Bloom - William Henry Fox Talbot - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs

This print is watermarked \'J. Whatman 1840\'One of Talbots greatest photographs. Exceptional contrast and clarity. Comparable to a plant study in the Metropolitan Museum, New York.William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) was a British inventor who pioneered the development of photography. In January 1839, Talbot presented his discoveries of \'photogenic drawing\' to the Royal Institution. He then produced the first calotype in 1841: the first negative-positive process making possible multiple…

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Decayed Daguerreotypes

A selection of images from the Library of Congress of decaying daguerreotypes whose photographic fixing was far from permanent - like the people they captured the images too were subject to change and decay.

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William Henry Fox Talbot | [The Oriel Window, South Gallery, Lacock Abbey] | The Met

Artist: William Henry Fox Talbot (British, Dorset 1800–1877 Lacock). Date: probably 1835. Medium: Paper negative. Dimensions: Sheet: 8.5 × 11.6 cm (3 3/8...