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- Nature of computational photography
- Elements of computational photography
- Present: epsilon photography
- Future: coded photography
- Additional Reading
Photography, literally, drawing with light, is the process of making pictures by recording the visually meaningful changes in the light reflected by a scene. This goal was envisioned and realized for plate and film photography over 150 years ago by pioneers Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, and William Fox Talbot, whose invention of the negative led to reproducible photography. Niépce created the first permanent photograph in 1826, titled View from the Window at Gras.
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