Frederick Hudson, 1872, by Mr. Reeves. http://victorianvisualculture.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/spiritualism-and-ghost-photography/dp204723/
The first color photograph, 1861. Thomas Sutton collaborated with James Clerk Maxwell to take 3 separate exposures of a tartan ribbon through red, green and blue filters. The developed negatives were projected, using the same color filters, onto a screen to create a single image, and the principle of color photography was born. (Thomas Sutton/James Clerk Maxwell/SSPL via Getty) Images
Peace Day Normandy Installation. 9000 silhouettes made on the D-Day beaches to commemorate the fallen soldiers.
OFFICIAL FIRST WORLD WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS
c.1898 | Adrien Majewski
100+ Creative Photography Ideas
These urban landscape photographs were created using a homemade camera that projects an image onto a piece of scratched plastic and then photographs this. A similar effect could be achieved by projecting images via an overhead projector or slide projector onto a textured or decorative surface, such as an eroding wall, ripped wallpaper and stained concrete.