HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
The History of Photography and Cameras
An In-Depth History of Group f.64 - Edward Weston and his cohorts believed in what they called pure photography: images made with sharp lenses, printed on glossy papers and employing extensive depth of field to allow sharpness across the entire picture plane. They wanted photography to embrace its inherent strengths to make pictures that amazed viewers with texture, composition, complete tonal range and light.
Oldest surviving photo of a human? - CNN
At first glance, it doesn't seem that remarkable: An old black-and-white scene of a strangely deserted city, smudged in places by some primitive photographic process...But this image, taken in Paris, France, in 1838, is believed to be the earliest known photograph featuring a person...by Louis Daguerre...the exposure time for the image was around seven minutes.
Photographers posing together for a group selfie on the roof of Marceau’s Studio, 5th Ave across from St. Patrick's Cathedral, NYC, 1920 [728 × 1000] actual photo they took in the comments
Photographers posing together for a group selfie on the roof of Marceau’s Studio, 5th Ave across from St. Patrick's Cathedral, NYC, 1920 [728 × 1000] (via Reddit)