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Invented by Joseph Niépce in 1826, photography is based on two types of knowledge: optics, allowing an image to be captured and delivered, and chemistry used to fix it on a surface. Its inventor died in 1833, but Louis Daguerre continued his research to discover the development of the latent image reducing exposure time. At the end of the 19th century, Eastman Kodak democratized film photography by making it possible to take many photos in less time. Photography continues to evolve with the inventions of color, film, relief photos, and digital photos, or even synthesis, etc.Learn more
What is film photography?
Film photography is a photographic technique allowing you to take photos and develop them on paper
Since the 2000s and the appearance of smartphones, this process has gradually given way to digital photography.
The term “silver” takes its name from the composition of the films used in this technique, since silver molecules are found there.Learn more