Louis Daguerre?

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Louis Daguerre was a Frenchman who invented the daguerreotype process of photography. He was also an artist and a physicist. Louis Daguerre was born on November 18, 1787 and died on July 10, 1851. He was also the inventor of the diorama, which was used in theatrical illusion in France. The invention of the diorama sustained Louis Dagurre for many years monetarily until around 1833. After this time, the diorama was not used in the same way as Daguerre had intended it to be.
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Louis Daguerre was a French artist and chemist. He and his partner developed the Daguerreotype camera. It was not patented by him but by the French Government in 1839. Daguerre and
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Meggie, he invented the DAGUERREOTYPE process for photographic development (and not necessarily film but tin) The most lasting legacy of this discovery in 1835 and then Patented around
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