A Little Bit of Magic Realized: William Fox Talbot's Discovery Video (DVD/VHS)

A Little Bit of Magic Realized: William Fox Talbot's Discovery Video (DVD/VHS)

In the year 1835, William Fox Talbot introduced the negative and positive photography idea. He used camera obscura to capture family events to preserve the memories of people for years to come. This video explains the history of the camera obscura photography since the beginning in 1835.

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Have you ever wondered how photography first began? Who invented the first camera and how did that person get the idea? "A Little Bit of Magic Realized: William Fox Talbot's Discovery" is a fascinating, in- depth documentary exploring the history of the positive and negative camera. William Fox Talbot first discovered the negative- positive photo process in the year 1835 and went forward to show the world how creative and talented he really is as a professional photography. This documentary focuses on the technical details of William Talbot's scientific research and the things that went into his invention of the positive- negative photograph concepts. It features several of his most amazingly creative and groundbreaking work. 

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