Camera a history of photography from daguerreotype to digital todd gustavson george eastman house on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this gorgeous cornerstone volume celebrating the camera and the art of the photograph created in collaboration with the george eastman house. Discover the fascinating history of photography and learn how cameras have evolved in the past two centuries from analog to digital or the imaging device digital camera the earliest cameras used in the daguerreotype process were made by opticians instrument makers or sometimes even by the photographers themselves what is the . The history of the camera can be traced much further back than the introduction of photographycameras evolved from the camera obscura and continued to change through many generations of photographic technology including daguerreotypes calotypes dry plates film and to the modern day with digital cameras. The book kicks off with data and large highly detailed photographs of cameras from the time of the daguerreotype process then moves onto rarities such as pistol and waistcoat cameras stereo and panoramic models
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