Today In History

According to the museum of photography "The first photographic process — heliography — was invented around 1824 by Nicéphore Niépce. Images were obtained with bitumen of Judea spread on a silver plate after an exposure time of several days. In 1829, Niépce associated Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre to his research" (Photography School Spéos,2019).

History

Nicéphore Niépce and Daguerre

"The first photographic process — heliography — was invented around 1824 by Nicéphore Niépce. Images were obtained with bitumen of Judea spread on a silver plate after an exposure time of several days (Photography School Spéos,2019)."


"In 1829, Niépce associated Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre to his research. In 1832, they put the last touches, using a residue of lavender oil distillation, by means of a second process producing images in a one day exposure time (Photography School Spéos,2019)."

1816-1818 — Niépce’s first Experiments

"In 1816, a year before the pyreolophore patent ran out, Claude Niépce went to Paris, then to England, trying to make the engine invention work (Photography School Spéos,2019)."

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