Talbot's new image quality
By studying Niepce's camera obscura, the English physicist William Talbot improved the image quality with the help of a negative, which he invented to print a photograph. It happened in 1835. This discovery made it possible not only to take photographs of a new quality, but also to copy them. In the first photo of him, Talbot captured the window of his house. The image clearly conveys the outline of the window and frame. In his report, written a little later, Talbot called photography the world of beauty. It was he who laid the foundation for the principle that has been used to print photographs for many years.