Daguerreotype

In 1839, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre invented a new photographic process: the daguerreotype. This new technique produces a unique image on a copper plate covered with silver with different sizes as 1/6, ¼, ½ plates. It was mainly used for portrait and still life it lasted a few years until less costy methods were created as the tintype.
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