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vejiga: Esta foto fue tomada por uno de los inventores de la fotografía, Louis Daguerre, y representa una vista panorámica del Boulevard du Temple, en Paris hacia 1838. Había otras personas, pero dado que la foto requería 10 largos minutos de exposición para que los objetos se imprimiesen, el único reconocible fue este desconocido hombre que permaneció más o menos inmóvil pues se lustraba los zapatos hace poco más de 172 años. La primera foto de un ser La primera foto de un ser
Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 Alvin Langdon Coburn Esq.(at the R.P.S.)Francis James Mortimer, exhibited 1906RPS Collection at the National Media Museum / Courtesy of the SSPL Introduction This is a research database of over 45,000 records from the annual exhibition catalogues of the Photographic Society, London, published between 1870 and 1915. It contains: Detailed records of all the exhibits, plus information about exhibitors, judges, hanging and selecting committee members, photographs and companies Reproductions of all the catalogue pages All the pictures of the photographs that were printed in the catalogues, plus some contemporary illustrations from the annual publication Photograms of the Year Reviews of the exhibitions from the annual publication Photograms of the Year Tools for refining, printing and exporting your search results
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Sentir es un pensamiento extravagante. Fernando
Missing Persons. Every once in a while, due to the vagaries of Gmail or our own sheer incompetence (usually the latter), we lose track of the artist behind a photo that we want to publish. Fortunately, this is a rare occurance, but we still have a few lonely strays that we would like like to match up with their owners. FILE Magazine - Unexpected Photography. FILE Magazine - Unexpected Photography.
Barcelona Panorama - Las fotografías más grandes de Barcelona
Introduced by Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre in 1839, the daguerreotype was the first publicly announced photographic process. A daguerreotype is made by treating a silver-coated copper plate with light-sensitive chemicals, exposing it in a camera, and developing it with a mercury vapor. The result is an exquisitely detailed image. Daguerreotypes: Home Daguerreotypes: Home
These are indeed world’s most famous photos. Every single one of them has a great story behind, we’re trying to bring you the pictures that changed mankind. If the change was good or bad, that is for you to judge. Use the rating system if you have other opinions. Sudan Famine UN food camp [1994]: The photo is the "Pulitzer Prize" winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan Famine. » Famous Photos - Famous Photo - World’s famous photos » Famous Photos - Famous Photo - World’s famous photos
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