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Synonyms for Daguerre

French inventor of the first practical photographic process, the daguerreotype (1789-1851)

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Not to be outdone by Daguerre, fellow Frenchman Louis Le Prince is credited with inventing the first motion picture camera in 1888.
Il s'agit d'un portrait sur l'equipe nationale de football realise par Rachid Daguerre.
Niepce's ideas were later taken up by Louis Daguerre, who made a fortune from his 'Daguerreotype' process but did not acknowledge Niepce's contributions, with the result that it is often Daguerre and not Niepce who is today credited as the inventor of photography.
Jane Daguerre, director of WYCCP, said: "We support male prisoners.
Simultaneous with Fox Talbot's invention, Louis-Jacques Daguerre invented another practical process for fixing an image in a camera obscura.
Other recent Google doodles have been in tribute to Charles Addams, Mark Twain and Louis Daguerre.
Violette Daguerre said that Malek's conduct deviates from the observers' mission and decency towards those who gave him his task and assumed moral responsibility for his presence in the mission.
Confirmed speakers include: Mandie Campbell, Chair of the IOM National Strategic Board at the Home Office; Ivor Twydell, Gloucestershire Constabulary; Dominic Williamson, Revolving Doors Agency; Jane Daguerre, West Yorkshire Community Chaplaincy Project; and Phil de Montmorency, St Mungo's.
Os retratistas treinados por Louis Daguerre produziam as imagens e cobravam por elas, e os cidadaos franceses retratados pagavam pelo servico.
The first photographs were taken, by Louis Daguerre in France and William Henry Fox-Talbot in Britain.
Niepce subsequently entered into a partnership with Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre (1787-1851).
Die eerste dioramas is deur Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre (1787-1851) gemaak en het uit 'n tonnel bestaan waarin beskilderde linnedoeke agtermekaar geplaas is en deels oorvleuel het, terwyl lig uit verskillende hoeke op die verskillende doeke val om 'n driedimensionele effek te verkry.
It is no coincidence that the 1896-7 extensions to the Government Printing Office buildings included bas-relievo tablets over the main doors featuring Louise Daguerre and Niepce, co-discoverers of the daguerreotype photographic process, Alois Senefelder, the German inventor of lithography, and the ubiquitous William Caxton and Johannes Gutenberg, the iconic English and German printers.
By coincidence, one of these was The Ruins of Holyrood Chapel, by Louis Jacques Mand Daguerre, the inventor of the daguerreotype, the first successful photographic process.
Soyeux: Veolia Environnement, Research Department, 10 rue Jacques Daguerre, 92 500 Rueil-Malmaison, France