Introduction
Hippolyte Bayard (20 January 1801 – 14 May 1887) was a French photographer and pioneer in the history of photography. He invented his own process that produced direct positive paper prints in the camera and presented the world's first public exhibition of photographs on 24 June 1839. He claimed to have invented photography earlier than Louis-Jacques Mandé Daguerre in France and William Henry Fox Talbot in England, the men traditionally credited with its invention.Bayard experimented with the new medium taking photos of plant speciments, statuary (including posing with them for self-portraits), street scenes, urban landscapes, architectural photos, and portraits. He photographed prominent figures and an ordinary worker. He also advocated combination printing and was one of the founders of a photo society.
Wikidata
Q559668
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Introduction
Bayard was associated with the Société Française de Photographie and the Société Héliographique. In 1851, Bayard worked in Normandy for the Commission for Historic Monuments. French photographer.
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Government Employee, Photographer
Names
Hippolyte Bayard, Hyppolyte Bayard
Ulan
500003577
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