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Da·guerre

 (də-gâr′, dä-gĕr′), Louis Jacques Mandé 1789-1851.
French artist and inventor of the daguerreotype process for obtaining positive photographic images.
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Daguerre

(French daɡɛr)
n
(Biography) Louis Jacques Mandé (lwi ʒɑk mɑ̃de). 1789–1851, French inventor, who devised one of the first practical photographic processes (1838)
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Da•guerre

(dəˈgɛər)

n.
Louis Jacques Mandé, 1789–1851, French painter and inventor of the daguerreotype.
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Joined onstage only by Barbara's personal pianist Gerard Daguerre, the night initially provoked mixed reactions but ended in delight.
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The Louvre Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has opened a major international exhibit of the earliest pictures taken of various places and peoples of the world, right after the invention of photography in 1839 by Louis Daguerre. The exhibit includes photos taken by Pedro Picon of Philippine indigenes in their native costumes, circa 1860s.
A selection of objects from the photography collection will range from stereoscopic views made through a telescope, amateur snapshots and scientific documents, as well as artwork by Louis-Jacque-Mande Daguerre, Ansel Adams and others.
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The first practical steps towards modern commercial photography were taken in 1839 by Niepce's associate, Louis-JacquesMande Daguerre (1789-1851) who, after the sudden death of the former in 1833, perfected a technique in which images were captured on copper covered in thin silver-plate.
The first practical steps towards modern commercial photography were taken in 1839 by Niepce's associate, Louis-Jacques Mande Daguerre (1789-1851) who, after the sudden death of the former in 1833, perfected a technique in which images were captured on copper covered in thin silver-plate.
contemporary famous mask of The advent of photography, notably the Daguerreotype invented by Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre, killed off the death mask, but not before the great and the good of the late 19th and early 20th centuries from kings and conquerors to authors, composers and poets were recorded for posterity.
But by the time Hugo published the novel in 1831, his compatriots Nicephore Niepce and Louis Daguerre had already produced the world's first photographs, setting in motion a series of at least equally cataclysmic shifts that would, in time, render the printed volume as quaint as an edifice of hand-carved stone.