Who took the first color photograph?

Answer In 1861, The first known permanent color photograph was taken by the scottish inventor James Clerk Maxwell.

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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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When was the first color photograph taken?

According to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the Scottish scientist James Clerk Maxwell took the world's first color photograph in 1861 using a trichromatic process, which combined thr... Read More »

You took your test about 100 and it came out positive and then about inthe moring you went to the doctor and it came out positive and you took first respones and im 19 year old?

Answer I do not fully understand this question,but it sounds like you have taken several pregnancy tests and been to a doctor and everyone says you are pregnant but you are only 19? If that is the... Read More »