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 What was the first photograph of?

Answer The first known photograph was a picture of some farm buildings and the sky.
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If you take a photograph of a structure such as Willis Tower from an abutting private lot can you sell the photograph?

Answer Well, just like anything else that a corporation owns they have the licensing rights to even a picture of the tower. So you may have to get their permission if your going to profit from the... Read More »
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A man is looking at a photograph of someone His friend asked who it is The man replies Brothers and sisters you have none But that man's father is my father's son Who was in the photograph?

NephewIt's actually himself. No brothers or sisters and his dad's son.
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If you get someone to take a photograph of you who has the copyright to that photograph?

Unless the job is work for hire or work for employer the photographer holds the copyright.
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Who took the first photograph?

Joseph Niepce took the world's first photograph in France in 1826 on a pewter plate. It is a picture of the sky and farm buildings. No one knows for sure how Niepce managed to take the photograph, ... Read More »
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