Welcome to the PixeLess Thursday pinned post. The idea here is to take a look at pre-digital processes and gain a bit more insight into what got us where we are today as creatives. Be it photography, design, film, or anything else that can be created today using pixels, it was done in the past without. Let’s celebrate that as well.
For the first PixeLess Thursday I’m really jumping in the way-back machine to review the process behind what is considered the first know photograph (heliograph) made in a camera. Created on pewter in the 1820’s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, who developed the process because he was a poor draftsman!
Check out this short, but interesting animation of his process. The site also contains more of the history behind Mr. Niépce and his experiments if you care to dig further. HERE
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