Who was the first president on record to have his picture taken?
President James Polk (1845-49) was the first president to have his picture taken while he was in office.
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Answer . \nThere are 3 steps to creating a digital picture:\n. \n(1)Focus light\n(2)Capture image\n(3)Generate digital file\n. \n. \nThe lens in a digital camera is used to focus the light into a sharp image. Many digital cameras are "fixed focus" meaning that the lens assembly does not move… when focusing between far and distant objects.\n. \n. \nInside every digital camera is an small electronic chip smaller than your thubnail that converts the focused light energy into electrical signals. Millions of separate light sensors are arranged on the electronic chip in a rectangular "array" behind the lens.\n. \nWhen you press the shutter button, the millions of light sensors measure the instantaneous level of light striking their small area and send this data to other circuitry in the camera.\n. \nThere these millions of separate values are converted to a computer file format (usually .jpg) and stored in the memory of the camera. (MORE)
The first photographic image was taken by french inventor Joseph NicÃ©phore NiÃ©pce in 1826. "View from the Window at Le Gras," Saint-Loup-de-Varennes (France).
John Hanson was elected president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation, in November 1781. He was not black , but was of white English origin like almost every other member of the congress. The rumor that he was black comes from confusion with another John Hanson who was b…lack and was a prominent citizen in Liberia . (MORE)
right click on the file, select properties. then click on summary tab. click advance button, it will reveals the meta data stored with the picture ************ If you are referring to a photo that is not on your camera card or computer (i.e. something you're viewing on the Internet), that will only …gives you the date the file itself was created. In that case, you will have to research the image or ask the creator. (MORE)
There are no photographs of George Washington. He passed away many years before photography was invented. Several famous paintings of George Washington where done while he was alive..
President James Polk (1845-49) was the first President to have his photograph taken while he was in office . A photograph of John Quincy Adams was taken after he left office, so he was the earliest president to be photographed. The photographs of John Quincy Adams were daguerreotype photos… and taken in 1843, long after he left office. He considered the photos to be "hideous". 4 photos were known to be taken. The photos were rediscovered in the 1960's by a graduate student who purchased them in for .50 cents each. The photos are now in the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. (MORE)
Rutherford B. Hayes was the first president to have his voice recorded, but no recording of Hayes still exists today. There is one existing recording of his successor, Benjamin Harrison, which is the earliest existing known recording of a president.
Pictures of the US Presidents and be found in most US historyschool books. The pictures can also be found in history books atyour local library.
There are millions of pictures that are taken in a day. Many peopletake more than one picture in a day.
President Rutherford B. Hayes is known as the first president tohave a voice recorded. President Benjamin Harrison is the oldestrecording of a president in existence.
I've read that it is called Photogophobia, but I don't know if that is the real name for it.
Generally accepted as by Thomas Edison around 1877 on tinfoil - Mary had a little lamb
Dates for satellite imagery depend on what area you're looking at. Dates varies greatly from 6 months to five years old. The imagery date for a given image on Google Earth is shown in lower-left of status bar. Status Bar can turned on/off in the View menu. See details in article listed in related… links. (MORE)
They might not look good, also some unmodernized cities believe a photograph will take your soul. I realy don't know. I'm the first one to actually ask the question.*~*Amber Scott*~*
The first presidential inauguration to be photographed was James Buchanan 's, on March 4, 1857. The photograph isn't much to look at, but it was the first, and there's a link to it below..
Polk in 1849. J Q Adams was previously photographed in 1843, but by then was no longer President.
Joseph Niepce took it in 1826, France. It took eight hours of exposure to capture it, and even then it was incredibly faint.
Falcons beat the seahawks! yeah buddy. i was there. it was awesome. cmon 49ers. lets go. show us what you got!
Long before the first public announcements of photographic processes in 1839, Joseph NicÃ©phore NiÃ©pce, a scientifically-minded gentleman living on his country estate near Chalon-sur-SaÃ´ne, France, began experimenting with photography. Fascinated with the craze for the newly-invented art of… lithography which swept over France in 1813, he began his initial experiments by 1816. Unable to draw well, NiÃ©pce first placed engravings, made transparent, onto engraving stones or glass plates coated with a light-sensitive varnish of his own composition. These experiments, together with his application of the then-popular optical instrument, the camera obscura, would eventually lead him to the invention of the new medium. In 1824 NiÃ©pce met with some degree of success in copying engravings, but it would be two years later before he had success utilizing pewter plates as the support medium for the process. By the summer of that year, 1826, NiÃ©pce was ready. In the window of his upper-story workroom at his Saint-Loup-de-Varennes country house, Le Gras, he set up a camera obscura, placed within it a polished pewter plate coated with bitumen of Judea (an asphalt derivative of petroleum), and uncapped the lens. After at least a day-long exposure of eight hours, the plate was removed and the latent image of the view from the window was rendered visible by washing it with a mixture of oil of lavender and white petroleum which dissolved away the parts of the bitumen which had not been hardened by light. The result was the permanent direct positive picture you see here-a one-of-a-kind photograph on pewter. It renders a view of the outbuildings, courtyard, trees and landscape as seen from that upstairs window. An ultimately doomed attempt to interest the Royal Society in his process-which he called "Heliography"-brought NiÃ©pce and the first photograph to England in 1827. Upon his return to France later that year, he left this precious artifact with his host, the British botanist and botanical artist, Francis Bauer, who dutifully recorded the inventor's name and additional information on the paper backing of the frame that held the unique plate. NiÃ©pce formed a partnership with the French artist, Louis Jacques MandÃ© Daguerre, in 1829, but produced little more work and died, his contributions chiefly unrecognized, in 1833. Thereafter, the nineteenth century would see the first photograph pass from Bauer's estate and through a variety of hands. After its last public exhibition in 1898 it slipped into obscurity and did not surface for over half a century. It was only in 1952 that the photohistorian, Helmut Gernsheim, was able to follow the clues, establish the work's provenance, and discover where descendants of the plate's last recorded owner had forgotten that it was stored away. He verified the photograph's authenticity, obtained it for his collection, and returned Joseph NicÃ©phore NiÃ©pce to his rightful place as the first photographer. When Harry Ransom purchased the Gernsheim Collection for The University of Texas at Austin in 1963, Helmut Gernsheim subsequently donated the Niepce heliograph to the institution. It is this heliograph-the world's earliest-known, permanent photograph from nature-that remains the cornerstone not only to UT's Photography Collection but also to the process of photography which has revolutionized our world throughout nearly two centuries. Because of its uniqueness and its significance to the fine arts and humanities, it is among the world's and The University's rarest treasures. (MORE)
it looks very similar the kuna islands in panama - I was here last year.
Depends on what you want done with it and what you took the picture on. If it is a camera on a phone then you can text it straight to your email or Facebook if you have Facebook mobile. If it is a digital camera you can plug the card into the computer and upload it there. Also for digital cameras yo…u can connect it to the computer with your usb or charging cord. For a camera that contains film you will have to take it in to a store that will get the pictures for you. You can then get it scanned with any scanner to have the picture pixels. This store will also get any of the pictures listed above off your devise and on a photo paper for it to be hanged or god knows what. (MORE)
Photography as a usable process goes back to the 1820s with the development of chemical photography. The first permanent photograph was an image produced in 1825 by the French inventor NicÃ©phore NiÃ©pce
We send satellites and space probes equipped with cameras intospace. The satellites and probes can be sent commands via radiowaves, and the equipment then sends back digital photographs viaradio as well.
General Alfred M. Gray, Jr. He wanted his official picture taken that way to remind the Marines that everyone in the Corps was a rifleman.
High resolution satellites (e.g. those operated by commercial satellite companies like GeoEye or DigitalGlobe) are used to take pictures of Earth. A lot of the imagery comes from aerial photographers mostly in airplanes with special high resolution cameras. Some of the imagery even comes from kit…es and balloons. (MORE)
In the book, the first picture taken with Bella's camera was a picture of Edward in her father's kitchen. In the movie, however, the first picture taken was of Bella and Edward together at her birthday party. edit: it was of jessica, Eric, mike, and Angela at school.
In general, no. However, depending on the offense, how long ago, and the customs and procedures of your area, and sometimes "special arrangements", this might be possible. You need to consult an attorney in your area, preferably a high-priced one. He will advise as to any legitimate options to… pursue, and if need be, any "special arrangements" that are possible to make. (MORE)
There is no American coin that features the first 39 presidents. The "Presidential $1 Coin Program" is a coin program where the US Mint mints $1 coins featuring the portrait of a single president. The program will have a coin for each US president. It was signed into law in 2005 and the program beg…an minting coins in 2007 and will end in 2016 with Ronald Reagan being the last president depicted. US law prohibits a living president (current or otherwise) from appearing on coinage or paper currency. (MORE)
The first photo was of the far side of the moon was taken in 1959 by Luna 3, the Soviet space craft. It was first directly observed by Apollo 8 in 1968.
You have full rights not to be included in any photograph. If you see a camera being used in a public area, turn away or shield your face. The possible exception to this would be if one were being arrested and photographed because of a legal matter, or being photographed for a legal identification l…ike a drivers license. (MORE)
No exact date can be given. His photographs used to appear in thenewspapers and magazines frequently.
That depends where you go. The Jewish Community Center has photo badges to get in and out of the building and to enter certain parts of the building.
It is confusing, knowing that we are in the Milky Way, and yet we can take pictures. Think of the Milky Way being a plate. Now imagine earth at the edge of that plate. Looking inward you can still see the majority of the plate, which is the portion of the Milky Way that we see. It's just that everyt…hing is so spread out in space that it looks like we are seeing all of it, when in actuality we're only looking at the bright center, and still missing out on the edge of the plate (Or in our case since out galaxy is categorized as a spiral galaxy, we are missing out on the "arms" of our galaxy) (MORE)
The other three living presidents are Carter, George H.W. Bush and Clinton. I do no know what picture you have, but they must be the ones,
I believe James K. Polk was the first to be photographed in the White House.
James K Polk in 1849 (New respondent) I thought someone managed to snap Quincy Adams before that. But he was no longer President by that time.
When the Philadelphia Mint began producing coins in 1793, George Washington was still in office, and there was a preference against featuring living people on coins. Through the entire 19th Century, all U.S. coins featured variations of Lady Liberty.
Go to a print shop and ask them where to send the picture so they can print it.
President Obama has taken 84 days (some sources say 90) during his first four years. This is less than what President Bush took in the same time period, but slightly more than what Bill Clinton took. However, no matter who the president may be, he is never really on vacation-- for example, even when… Mr. Obama is in Hawaii with his family, he has to be in constant contact with his staff, and ready at a moment's notice to take action if some crisis occurs. (MORE)
Unnecessary pictures of living beings are not encouraged in Islam. There is a particular reason behind this. The sturdy of the history of mankind shows that Idol worship started by portraying the poise personalities in pictures and in idols. Unfortunately, even now many Muslims decorate their hou…ses with the pictures of Religious Personalities, Peers, Scholars, and dear ones. They show respect and reverence to these pictures. It ultimately leads to Idol Worship-Hero Worship. Worship and Reverence of extreme kind is due to ONLY ONE Almighty Allah Karim. There should not be even an iota of doubt in this reverence that must be shown ONLY and ONLY to ONE Almighty God, Who is the Sole Creator, Sustainer, Provider and Ruler of the Heavens and the earth. He has No Son, No Parents and NO PARTNER. (MORE)
According to most credible sources, he has taken 84 (some say 90) vacation days in his first four years in office. This is not an unusual amount; it is far less than his predecessor, but slightly more than several other presidents. It should be noted that no president is ever truly on vacation-- pre…sidents need to remain in constant contact with their staff so that if there is an emergency, that can take charge immediately. (MORE)
August 14, 1959. The pictures were taken by the satellite, Explorer 6. It was launched by the United States. These were the first pictures taken of the Earth from space.
Not all. As long as the passport photo is within the rules andregulations for a valid passport photo then it is good.
Actually, there are a few First Ladies who preferred to stay in the background and hated the limelight. In the modern era, one of them was Bess Truman, wife of President Harry Truman. She would not talk to the media, did not hold any press conferences, and rarely agreed to be interviewed; she prefer…red to keep a low profile and remain away from the public eye as much as possible. She would allow an occasional photograph, but much preferred doing charitable work away from the cameras. In the old days, one of the most shy and reclusive First Ladies was Jane Pierce, wife of President Franklin Pierce. She was in the White House in the early 1850s, and spent much of her time in extended mourning over the tragic loss of her twelve year old son (he died in a train accident). Very religious, and also suffering from health problems, she became even more solitary, and rarely socialized with the public or with the Washington elites. (MORE)
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, has Geostationary Operational Satellites 22,300 miles above the Earth's equator. Since the satellite is rotating as fast as the Earth, it can constantly monitor weather systems and capture pictures.
One may have professional modeling pictures taken at Scott Krause Photography. One may also choose from a list of providers available at "Model Management".
Civil War pictures were taken by photographers who actually witnessed the war first hand. They carried their own camera equipment with them, and also the items needed to construct a portable darkroom to in which they developed their own pictures. The process they used to develope pictures was calle…d wet-plate photography. (MORE)
It depends on which kind of pictures you want taken, say for example you want professionally taken family portraits two places you could try are JCPennys and Walmart.
The first photo with people in it was taken in 1838 by LouisDaguerre. (loo-ee duh-GAIR) But the people in this photo are unknown - just people walking downa street in France.
No. The first president featured on a circulating U.S. coin wasAbraham Lincoln on the cent beginning in 1909. James Monroe appearson a presidential dollar, dated 2008.