the evolution of cameras

the evolution of cameras

Jonathan Zetino, journalism

We all know taking pictures is a thing we have done, especially teens and moms who have done a lot with a phone that weighed half a pound. The phone wasn’t the first thing to take pictures of. The first camera was made in 1816, and it was 8 by 6 feet long or the size of a room and it couldn’t print out pictures with colors, but in the 20th century, the Kodak revolution camera could print out the pictures in color. The Kodiak revolution camera was made by the French Lumière brothers. The first photographer was Joseph Nicéphore; he was born on March 7, 1765. The first picture Joseph Nicéphore took was a picture taken from his house in Châlons-sur-Saône. Fuji DS-1P is the first camera to take pictures without having to print out pictures and it was digitally made in 1988. And then in the early 1990s photoshopping was a thing and then Sony A7R III was one of the best cameras that were good for photoshopping. Now in 2000, there are filters, some of them you might know the dog, filter cat filter, makeup filter, face swap filter, a filter that guesses how you looked when you were younger, and the one that guesses what you would look like when you’re older, but there are a lot more than those. Seeing how the evolution of photography changed, the father of the camera Joseph Nicéphore sadly died on July 5th, 1833.