The first photograph was created by French researcher Joseph Nicephore Niepce around 1822.
The photograph was created using paper coated with a chemical.
However, the image was not permanent, and it would disappear after a short while.
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Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre partnered with Joseph Nicephore Niepce in 1829.
Together, they developed the process of creating permanent photographs.
This process of capturing permanent images came to be known as ‘daguerreotype’
Autochrome Lumiere was a color photography process patented by the Lumiere brothers in 1903
Color films were brought to the market in the early 1940’s.
They used the modern technology of dye-coupled colors.
This was a chemical process that connected the three dye layers together to create an apparent color image.
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The 35mm films were originally used for movies, but eventually were developed for use in cameras in the 1920s.
Waterproof 35mm camera was invented in 1957 by Jaques Yves Cousteau. It was named Calypso Phot.
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Polaroid Instant Image Camera
Edwin H. Land found the Polaroid Corporation in 1937.
The corporation’s instant film cameras reached the markets in 1948.
The Apple QuickTake camera is introduced in 1994, a digital camera intended for home use.
This is followed by home use digital cameras from Casio, Kodak and many others during 1995 to 1996.
Many advancements have been made to the camera since it was first created hundreds of years ago. Now the camera is fast, compact, and easy to use. They can be found anywhere in the world, and are used by millions of people. Cameras help us capture images and moments of our lives and keeps us updated on things happening around the world.
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