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In Iraq, 1021, scientist Ibn- al- Haytham came up with the first idea of a device capable of recording lasting images of objetcs, which he recorded in a book of his authory.
However, until the XIX Century, people relied on paintings for recording images.
Then in 1685, a man called Johann Zahn created a device based on Ibn-al-Haytham's idea, which was supposed to record images. Nevertheless, it didn't work.
But finally photography became a reality in 1814 in France, when Joseph Nicephore Niepce took the first photograph. However it wasn't convenient as it took 8 hours and it faded away
Louis Daquerre and Niepce's son in 1829 made it possible for the images to stay longer, and then sold the process to the french government. And since then photography kept improving.
In 1841,Henry Fox Tablot invented calotype, which allowed him to make many positives from a negative.
Hamilton Smith invented tintypes in 1856.
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