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From Pinhole to SmartPhones
The History of Photography and the Camera: From Pinhole to SmartPhones
Whether you're hanging out with friends on the beach or reading about the history of the 1930s, photography will likely make an appearance. The oldest known photograph dates back to 1826, but the structure that would become the first camera was described by Aristotle. The process of taking pictures has become increasingly refined during the 19th century, transitioning from heavy glass plates to light, gelatin-coated flexible film. Today, once-innovative film cameras take a back seat to the convenience and ease of digital cameras.
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The American Museum of Photography
The American Museum of Photography ... a virtual museum
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How to make a Daguerreotype
How to make a Daguerreotype
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The Photographic Historical Society of Canada
The Photographic Historical Society of Canada
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History of Photography Timeline
History of Photography Timeline by Philip Greenspun
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Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
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