Brazil saw some of the first photographs in the world come into existence in the early 1830s. Close to São Paulo, Hercule Florence, without having established any contact with his peers in Europe, was developing a technique of printing and fixing light onto paper. The country has captured photography as few others do, from its beginnings during the reign of Dom Pedro II, who was a big enthusiast and contributed to its popularization in Brazil, to today by its intense usage on social media. One would think that Brazil must have some good photography publications. This is the case, especially...
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