An Early Image
This photo was taken in 1837 and displays a variety of plaster casts. It is one of the earliest known images taken by Louis Daguerre while using his producing technique called Daguerreotype, which was kept as a secret until 1839.
A View of Louis Daguerre’s Home
This image was taken in 1838 and depicted a view that was taken by Louis Daguerre from his house. The early Daguerreotypes produced better-quality images. However, this process included a long exposure time and made it challenging to capture moving objects or people.