The first photo, which has survived to this day, belongs to the French inventor Joseph Niepce. The frame, which he called “View from the Window”, he managed to get in 1826.
And another French inventor Louis Daguer in 1838 was able to capture a man for the first time.
The first self-portrait in the world, something like a selfie was made around the autumn of 1839 by a famous American photographer, the pioneer of photography, Robert Cornelius. Continue reading
The quality of images is influenced not only by the optics and the quality of the matrix, but also by the correctness of the choice of manual shooting parameters. Since we have decided to gradually move away from the automatic mode, let’s look at some of the settings that can improve the quality of the frame.
White balance – it is the errors of the balance that make the pictures yellow or blue, depending on the light. The fact is that our brain corrects the image transmitted by the eyes: it knows for sure that the sheet of paper is white, and therefore it perceives it as such. Continue reading