Who made photography practical

Who made photography practical

The decades following photography's experimental beginnings in the 1820s and the public availability who made photography practical of a practical photographic process from 1839 were characterised by the introduction of a bewildering proliferation of photographic processes. Daguerre's silvered metal plate, which created a unique photographic image, was swiftly challenged by the negative-positive processes on paper, developed and championed by William Henry Fox Talbot and others. In the 1850s paper gave way to glass as the preferred negative support and the salted paper.

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