The first photographs in history

The first photographs in history

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An exhibition dedicated to the origins of photography has opened at Tate Britain in London. It presents the earliest photographs taken from 1840 to 1860. Look at Pictolic for the very first pictures in history, which capture the amazing atmosphere and people of those times when the most effective and popular means of transmitting information of our time, photography, was born.

22 PHOTOS

The first photographs in history

1. Carriage. The photo was taken in Brittany around 1857. Photographer: Paul Mares. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

2. Fishermen from Newhaven (Alexander Rutherford, William Ramsay, and John Liston), circa 1845. The photo was taken by Hill & Adamson. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

3. Mom and son. 1855 Photographer Jean-Baptiste Frenet. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

4. The photographer's daughter, Ela Theresa Talbot, 1843-1844. Photographer: William Fox Talbot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

5. Horse and groom. 1855 Photographer Jean-Baptiste Frenet. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

6. Madame Frenet with her daughters. Approximately 1855. Photographer: Jean-Baptiste Frenet. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

7. Pyramids at Giza 1857 Photographers: James Robertson and Felice Beato. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

8. Portrait of a woman, made around 1854. Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

9. Photographer - John Beasly Greene. El Assasif, pink granite gate, Thebes, 1854. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

10. Construction of Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, 1844. Photographer: William Fox Talbot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

11. Goods from China, 1844. Photographer: William Fox Talbot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

12. Flood in 1856 in the Brotteaux area in Lyon. Photographer - Edouard Denis Baldus. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

13. Parthenon in the Acropolis, Athens, 1852. Photographer: Eugene Piot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

14. One of the streets of Paris in 1843. Photographer: William Fox Talbot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

15. Group of Croatian leaders. 1855 Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

16. Captain Mottram Andrews, 28th Regiment of Foot (1st Staffordshire), 1855. Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

17. Canteen girl. [A woman who accompanied the army and sold various goods to the soldiers, and also provided services, including those of a sexual nature]. 1855 Photographer: Roger Fenton. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

18. Five fisherwomen from Newhaven, circa 1844. Photographers: David Hill and Robert Adamson. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

19. "Fruit Sellers." The photograph was most likely taken in September 1845. The author of the photo is most likely Calvert Jones, but it is also possible that William Fox Talbot. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

20. At the foot of the obelisk (Theodosius obelisk in Constantinople), 1855. Photographer: James Robertson. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

21. Gustave Le Gray in his studio, 1854 Photographer: Lodoisch Crette Romet. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

The first photographs in history

22. Daisies (Margaret and Mary Cavendish), circa 1845 Photographers - David Hill and Robert Adamson. (Photo: Wilson Center for Photography).

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