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Daguerreotype Beauties From The 19th Century Brought To Life in Video

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Hello everyone and welcome back to Mystery Scoop. Today we're looking at the early photography of the 19th century and few beautiful examples from that era, brought to life using colorization and AI animations. Daguerreotypes, as earliest forms of photographs, are unique images on highly polished silver plates. The process was invented in France by Louis Daguerre and was introduced to the world in 1839. American photographers quickly capitalized on this new invention, which was capable of capturing a "truthful likeness" and although born in Europe, the daguerreotype became extremely popular in the United States. Due to their vulnerability, most daguerreotypes are presented in a special housing, as open model or a folding case. For today's video I have selected few examples of this form of photographs depicting portraits of young women in 1850s and 60s, mostly unidentified. For extra flair, facial animations have been added using AI technology that bring these Daguerreotype beauties to life.

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