It is French scientist Joseph Nicéphore Niépce who captured the world’s oldest photograph dated 1826. He took the photography and titled as VIEW FROM THE WINDOW AT LE GRAS. The photography shows the view of a courtyard and outbuildings seen from the house window.
He captured this image in a bitumen-coated plate in a camera obscura by exposing for several hours keeping the camera still on his window.
Oldest heliographic engraving printed from a metal plate made by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1825. It was done with his”heliographic process”.
This is one of the oldest photograph took by Louis Daguerre in 1838. This is generally accepted as the earliest known photograph to include people.
This photograph is taken by Joseph Draper of New York, in 1839. He photographed his own sister.
This photograph took on 1855. Roger Fenton’s assistant seated on Fenton’s photographic van, Crimea.
This was taken by Philip Henry Delamotte on 1855. It’s the General view of The Crystal Palace at Sydenham.
It’s on 1893, A photographer appears to be photographing himself in a 19th-century photographic studio.