Underwater photography thcentury artwork French zoologist Louis Boutan taking an underwater photograph in He is in a diving suit holding his camera A light source is at left and at right is an octopus he is attempting to photograph Boutans experiments took place at BanyulssurMer on Frances Mediterranean coast The first underwater photograph was taken in but had involved using a pole to put a camera below the water Artwork from the th volume first period of of the French popular science weekly La Science Illustree
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