Photography is the science, art, application and practice of creating images by recording the light or electromagnetic radiation. Either by electronically using image sensor or by chemically using photographic film. The photography word is from the Greek language (Greece), the photos word mean is the light and the grafo word mean is paint/painting.
The history of photography began in 1614, Angelo Sala use silver nitrate being burned by the sun with paper wrapped, the discovery of the effect of sunlight is considered less useful by other scientists. In 1717, Johann Heinrich Schulze a profesor of German who use bottles containing silver nitrate and lime. This mixture is make the dark with white color and make some have maintained the line on the bottle. A chemist, Carl Wilhelm Scheele find ammonia dissolve in silver nitrate but not dark particles. The invention is was made to stabilize an image of silver nitrate, is regarded as the invention of photography experiments.
In 1800 Thomas Wedgwood capturing images using a obscura camera. Boulevard Du Temple was made by Louis Daguerre in 1838 as the beginning of the first photos with no people in the photo. In 1816 Nicéphore Niépce using paper wrapped in silver nitrate succeed to make pictures with a small camera.