First Subtractive Color Photograph Before the autochrome process was perfect in France, this photograph was taken by Louis Arthur Ducos du Hauron who invented the subtractive (cyan, magenta, and yellow) color method of taking photographs.
Galloping Horse photographed using 12 camera’s in 1872 by Eadweard Muybridge. This is how film and animation came into being: a bet over whether a horse's four hooves are ever all off the ground. Muybridge settled it with a series of triggered cameras.
Before Photoshop Henry Peach Robinson (English, Fading Away 1858 Albumen silver print from glass negatives The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford, United Kingdom Photo Courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art