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Daguerreotype

Daguerreotype

The first commercially successful technique of photography was invented by the French Louis Daguerre.

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Keywords

camera, dagerrotípia, lyukkamera, camera obscura, imaging, előhívás, képrögzítés, photograph, image, ezüstözött rézlemez, mapping, invention, fényképészet, technology

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Scenes

Instruments

  • camera
  • camera stand
  • box for developing the image
  • alcohol lamp
  • wooden box for sensitising the plate
  • silver-coated copper plate

Camera

  • front frame
  • accordion pleat
  • rear frame
  • lens cover
  • focus adjuster

Process

  • silver-coated copper plate
  • lens
  • lens cover

Structure of the picture

  • velvet decoration
  • daguerreotype plate
  • casing
  • protective glass
  • metal frame

Camera obscura

Image formation

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