- Jo·seph Ni·cé·phore [zhaw-zef nee-sey-fawr] /ʒɔ zɛf ni seɪˈfɔr/, 1765–1833, French inventor.
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Later Daguerre became associated with Niepce and the famous daguerreotype was the result.Artificial Light
In 1829 he formed a partnership with Niepce, and together they labored to advance the art of photography.Great Inventions and Discoveries
Willis Duff Piercy
The notion that light possesses a magnetizing power on steel was upset by Niepce de St. Victor in 1861.
Niepce afterward employed metal plates instead of the stone.Photogravure
Henry R. Blaney
- Joseph-Nicéphore (jozɛfnisefor). 1765–1833, French inventor. He produced the first photographic image (1816) and the first permanent camera photograph (1826)
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