Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre Contribution

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Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre Contribution: Camera Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre is one of the most controversial figures in the history of photography. If it was not for Daguerre many would be struggling to find the technique of making a photograph. Monsieur Louis’s contribution to the history of photography actually was the first successful and practical photograph taken. Sure Joseph Nidephore Niepce made the first permanent photograph; however, it took eight hours to make the photo and was a very poor quality. Louis Jacque’s photo was very good quality, took 20-30 mins to produce the photo and was free for the world to use. Niepce and Daguerre were two good friends and were two friends who were attempting to discover the technique of making the first practical permanent photo. However, sadly Niepce died in 1833 leaving all the work for Daguerre. Anyway, Louis Jacques discovered the technique of how to make the first practical photo at 1835 by an accident. He discovered that exposing an iodized silver plate in a camera, would result in
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Richardgreen during the Spring '10 term at Aberystwyth University.

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