Thanks to Mashable for the inspiration behind today's blog. Today, November 18th, 2011, Google paid tribute to Louis Daguerre, the French physicist who invented daguerreotype, the first commercially successful form of photography.
Today’s Doodle celebrates his 224th birthday.
Daguerre began his career as a designer and painter, but his breakthrough came in 1839, when he announced his invention of the daguerreotype, a photographic process which produced a single positive image, which could not easily be replicated. It experienced a few decades of commercial success and influenced later photographic processes.
Here's to Daguerre and his little invention.
This next piece features some stunning photography from Burberry.
And finally Hyundai takes it over the top with photography and beautiful performance.
That's it for this week - Have a great weekend and may all your creative be excellent.