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Fun Facts About Photography

O FUN FACTS ABOUTC PHOTOGRAPHY 1st Digital Camera Which Is Your Best Side? 1st The first digital camera was created in December 1975, by Steve Sasson, who was an Engineer at Eastman Kodak. The camera weighed 8 pound and recorded 0.01 megapixel black and white photos. It took 23 seconds to create the first photograph. Leica O-Series The most expensive camera on the planet was a 1923 Leica O- Series camera after it was sold for approximately $2.79 million at a WestLicht auction. Which is your best side? Your left? A study by Kelsey Blackburn and James Schriillo from Wake Forest University found that the left side of peoples' faces are perceived and rates as more aesthetically pleasing than the right. They theorise that this is due to the fact that we perhaps present a greater intensity of emotion on the left side of our faces. Perhaps this is something you should consider when you take your portrait photographs! Longest Photo Negative Largest Collection of Cameras The largest collection of cameras in the world is held by Dilish Parekh of Mumbai, India. He has a collection of 4,425 antique cameras which he has been collecting since 1977. The longest photographic negative in the world is 129 feet and was created by Esteban Pastorino Diaz. The negative is of a panorama of major streets in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The images were captured by the slit camera, which was mounted to the roof of a moving car. Lumière Brothers Snap! Snap! Photographic Fixatives Snap! The Lumière Brothers introduce the first viable color process in photography. They developed the Autochrome plate in 1907. Today we snap as many photos every two minutes as humanity as a whole did in the 1800s. POISON Focal Length The chemicals which used to be used for developing photographs are called photographic fixatives. These used to be very dangerous and poisonous chemicals which, if consumed, could also lead to death. To work out the focal length of the human eye, you would need to take into account the light-reflecting properties on liquids in the eye. InLights Photography RssellMussay Sources:

Fun Facts About Photography

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