History of Photography:
William Henry Fox Talbot (1800 – 1877) was a British inventor of Photographic process and he was introduced the “Calotype Process” in photography. Talbot and Daguerre were working on their experiments at the same time during 1835’s. Once Daguerre exhibited his picture for patent. Few days later Talbot also shown five of his photographs to Royal society and also explain the photogenic process without any fear but Daguerre’s would not reveal his photographic process.
He also describes the concept of one Negative to many positive prints can possible. He was awarded the Rumford Medal by the Royal Society.