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When was the first photograpic image made?
Joseph Nicephore Niepce created the first photographic image in 1826 with the pinhole camera. George Eastman invented a simple camera in 1888.
The very first camera was invented by the ancient Greeks and Chinese, but it was in 1816 when Nicephore Niepce captured the very first photographic image from a camera he created. And in 1839, together with Louis Daguerre, they invented a camera that can produce clear pictures.
If you mean created, the first permanent photographic image was created about 1826. However, your question leaves open the possibility that you might be asking about the first image created by exposing a light-sensitive coating. Some say that Leonardo da Vinci invented a form of photography to fake the Turin Shroud in the 1490s! Aside from that, images were created in the early 1700's, but were neither developed or permanent. The first 'developed' image was released to the world in 1839.
The first image scanner was invented 1997.
George Eastman invented Photographic Film in 1889 in N.Y. U.S.A.
William Henry Fox-Talbot invented light sensitive photographic paper in 1839.However, this must not be mixed up with when the first photograph was taken, in 1838.
Ray Kurzweil invented the first image scanner in 1997. The image scanner is a way of copying things with more detail.
a 3D image!
it was invented in France
in 1884 by George Eastman
A piece of photographic film having the negative (opposite) image of your positive print or image.
Fluorescence can influence a photographic film.
The daguerreotype was the first photographic process and dominated the photographic world till the invention of other processes. It was a chemical process where a fragile image was formed on a silvered copper plate.
She he invented the photographic print and the negative washing machine.He invented the photographic print and the negative wash machine!
The Photographic Vision - 1984 Image and Impact 1-1 was released on: USA: 1984
Nicéphore Niépce is credited with making the first permanent photographic image in 1826. Other permanent images were created earlier than this, but they were not truly of a photographic nature. They related more so to photo etching (heliographic process).
A photogram is a photographic image made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a photo-sensitive material such as photographic paper and then exposing it to light.
Answer1871, but the first popular portable camera was the kodak, in 1888. It contained a 20ft roll of photographic paper.
The Photographic Vision - 1984 Structure Within the Image 1-9 was released on: USA: 1984
The gamma rays of uranium affect the photographic emulsion. On the photo appear the image of the uranium containing object.
Call me a nit-picker, but the camera obscura was not really a camera in the sense that it was not invented for the purpose of making photographs, and cameras don't develop pictures. If you're asking how long it took to make the first permanent exposure, it was about 8 hours. That being said, the camera obscura was used to make the first permanent photographic image (an image taken in nature). The first permanent image was a reproduction of an engraving and was a heliograph, not a true photograph.
Photographic film was invented in 1889 by George Eastman. Photographic film and paper is made using silver nitrate which is light sensitive.
The first scanner was the sending part of the first general-purpose fax, invented in 1881 by Shelford Bidwell.