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4605982B 066B 45D2 9ED3 BB38E3D281C4An early daguerreotype studio, as depicted in a woodcut by George Cruikshank in 1842. This illustration shows the interior of Richard Beard's daguerreotype portrait studio at the Royal Polytechnic Institution in London's Regent Street, the first professional photographic portrait studio in England, which opened in 1841. In this early period, Beard employed Wolcott's Mirror Camera, which used a concave mirror instead of a lens. Source, here

Examples of early daguerreotype photography below:

5AA3BF13 13E8 448C B00D 0FC13CF68103Daguerreotype of Louis Daguerre in 1844 by Jean-Baptiste Sabatier-Blot

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F322472F 6C18 402C 8A49 6569C575AE11How Daguerreotype Photography Reflected a Changing America - learn more, here

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You may also like to see an example of early film work:

Rare Film of Monet, Renoir, Rodin and Degas

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