Who invented the photograph?
Joseph Niepce (nee-yeps), a Frenchman, made the first permanent photographic image, which he called a "heliograph" (sun writing), onto a pewter plate in 1826. The negative image was inked and transferred to paper as a positive. Another Frenchman, Louis Daguerre (dah-gehr), partnered with Niepce from 1829 until Niepce's death in 1833. Also using a metal plate, but an entirely different process, including light-sensitive silver iodide and mercury fumes, Daguerre produced an extremely finely detailed "Daguerreotype" in 1837. In 1839, Englishman William Henry Fox Talbot used sensitized paper to create a negative image from which he produced any number of positives. He called his invention "photogenic drawing" which was the first negative/positive process. Sir John Herschel improved upon Talbot's process with his discovery of sodium thiosulfate as an image fixative, and he created some of the terminology still used today, including the words "photograph" and "photography."
What do you mean by "electric photograph"? Electric light photography appeared in the 1880's as studios began to use arc lamps for artificial lighting. Or the original process that came to be called Xerography migiht be called an electric photograph. But the question is unanswerable without a better context.
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The Daguerreotype was supposedly invented by a Frenchman named Louis Daguerre. He may have stolen the idea from his partner, Nicephore Niepce who invented the heliograph and the first permanent camera photograph in 1826. As an aside, Daguerre's name is one of the 72 names inscribed on the Eiffel tower.