Obscura Camera Early Tale


History of Photography began officially recorded in the 19th century and then accelerated along with other advances made ​​humans in line with technological advances that are being intensively-incessant. In 1839 that was declared as the early years of photography. In that year, in France officially declared that photography is a technological breakthrough. At that time, recording two-dimensional as the eye sees can be made permanent.

History of photography began long before the Christian era. In the book The History of Photography work of Alma Davenport, published by the University of New Mexico Press in 1991, mentioned that in the 5th century BCE (BC), a man named Mo Ti was observed a symptom. If the walls of a
dark room there is a small hole (pinhole), then on the inside of that space will be reflected in the scene outside the room in reverse through the hole. Mo Ti was the first to recognize the phenomenon of camera obscura.

Several centuries later, many people are aware of and admire this phenomenon, some of which Aristotle in the 3rd century BC, and an Arab scientist Ibn al Haitam (Al Hazen) in the 10th century BC, and then attempt to create and develop tools that now known as the camera. In 1558, an Italian scientist, Giambattista della Porta called "camera obscura" in a box that helps the painter to catch sight of the image.

According to Szarkowski, name of the camera obscura was created by Johannes Kepler in 1611