Unappreciated

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Unappreciated, means to not recognize something as for quality or worth. That definition hits a lot of places for people in their life. Significant others feel taken for granted, homeless people realize what was needed over what was wanted, and children who went from having everything to only getting necessities begin to appreciate. In times like these everyone is trying to make money quick so they invent something that isn’t so great, because of people like them great inventions are overlooked and unappreciated. For example, the invention of photography or in essence, cameras, everyone has a camera. People these days don’t realize how much photography is in their everyday lives and how much work it was before digital photography was invented. In 1826 there was a French inventor by the name of Joseph Nicéphore Niépce who used a camera obscura to capture the first permanent image. The image was of the countryside on his estate on a chemically coated plate, he called the image a heliography meaning a sun drawing. The exposure took eight hours and although it is still visible today, it has faded significantly. Following the first black and white photograph was the color photograph first created in 1861by James Clerk Maxwell. This process was different then the black and white photo since it was color, he took the photo with three different filters and then merged them together to create one photograph of a simple bow. Continuing the endless timeline Eadweard Muybridge created the first action photographs in 1878 which caught a man riding a galloping horse. These photos were also linked to the earliest beginnings of cinematography. In 1914, the first natural color photograph was taken and published in National Geographic, before this all of the pictures were taken in black and white and then meticulously hand painted. In 1991 1the first still digital camera was created by Kodak. This camera was extremely expensive and marketed to only professional photographers. In...
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