We are celebrating the 190th anniversary of the invention of photography in Bourgogne. The first photographic image was made in 1826 in Saint-Loup-de-Varenne near Chalon sur Saône, in Bourgogne, in the department of Saône and Loire, by Nicéphore Niépce. Born in La Clayette, Jacques Revon, too, is a native of Saône and Loire. A son and nephew of photographers, he decided to follow in their footsteps at age 16.
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