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Records of Firsts in the World of Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 27 - 2016

Records of Firsts in the World of Photography

Records of Firsts in the World of Photography



Like in everything else, there are records of firsts in the world of photography. The following are some of the most groundbreaking firsts that we now find photographs of the norm. Check them out!

First Fetus Photograph
First Fetus Photograph

First Fetus Photograph

In 1965, Swedish scientist Lennart Nilsson photographed this 20-week old fetuswhile the fetus was alive without any interference. These groundbreaking photographs appeared in Life magazine’s 16-page spread photo essay entitled “A Child is Born.” Read the rest of this entry »

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