« You're not done until you're finished | Main | Affordable portfolios, resumes & client books with Moab's icy cool Chinle Folios »

The "Daguerre" in Hahnemuhle Daguerre

Hi Blog Readers,

In my reading for this photography class I am taking this semester, I was reminded of a product we carry! We are talking “light-bulb moment” reminded here. You know the Hahnemuhle Daguerre Canvas? I read about a Parisian painter named Louis Daguerre in my text book. He was involved in the history of photography. Apparently, he perfected the process of heliography [the photographic process to make the earliest known permanent photograph from nature] in the 1830’s. The term for an entire photographic process in the historical timeline of photography even calls the prints “daguerreotypes.”

Pretty cool, right? I never even thought to look up who Daguerre was when I saw that product… I just figured it was another painter.

Teena - IT Supplies, Inc

PrintView Printer Friendly Version

EmailEmail Article to Friend

Reader Comments

There are no comments for this journal entry. To create a new comment, use the form below.
Member Account Required
You must have a member account on this website in order to post comments. Log in to your account to enable posting. If you don't have an account, it's simple and it's free. Sign up today.