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The First Photo Model in the World

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 9 - 2018

1st Photo Model in the World

1st Photo Model in the World



Here’s the world’s first photo model, or the first ever person to be photographed with a camera. Want to know how the person who was dubbed the first photo model looks like? The answer is in the photograph above. The University of Rochester gave an award for the making of this first photograph of a person to Louis Daguerre, the inventor of the daguerreotype process. The man was photographed when he was photographing the Boulevard du Temple Street in Paris in 1838.

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