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History of Photography By: Kaelynn Gomez, Kourtney Grunlien
1826 Frenchman Nicephore Niepce produces first permanent photgraph from a view of nature. It took 8 hours to produce.
1850 Frenchman Louis-Desire Blanquart-Evrard makes positive photographic points on paper coated with egg whites.
1861 In London, James Clerk Maxwell demonstrates a projected color photographic image, using 3 different color filters.
August 1877 American Eadweard Muybridge develops a fast shutter that aids him in making photographs objects in motion.
1888 George Eastman introduces the “roll holder breast camera” known generally as the Kodak camera, the retail cost was $25.
1895 A German named Willhelm Roentgen invented a type of photography that was named the x- ray. It became a very important part of the medical world.
1900 The Brownie camera was invented.
1907-continued Louis Lumiere came out with the Autochrome, which was the first color camera to be available, after this the world of photography became more and more advanced coming out with things such as the zoom lense, etc.
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