The first aerial photograph ever


WORLD'S FIRST
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH

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What was the world's first aerial photograph?

In 1858 Gaspard Felix Tournachon, a French author and artist who went by the pen name of Nadar, hopped into a balloon and up he went until he reached the top of the tether overlooking the Bievre Valley in France.

Nadar then got out his trusty camera and took the world's first aerial photograph.

The photograph doesn't exist anymore, but the oldest existing aerial photograph was taken by James Wallace Black on October 13 1860 of Boston.


Boston - October 13 1860


The first aerial photograph ever

The first aerial photograph ever

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