Plate photography or glass plate photography is a type of photo-producing technique that uses a thin glass plate coated with light-sensitive emulsion as a capturing medium. Plate photography replaced the earlier Daguerreotype process, and preceded the widely-used celluloid film process, which now, as we know, has just almost been entirely replaced by digital photography. And that captures the four eras of photography that we know of in this world. Above: The collection is in four categories: portraits and people, places, events and objects related to religions, ceremonies and performing arts. In Thailand, the first photography took place in...
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