World Photography Day
Every year, World Photography Day is held to honor the craft, art, science, and history of photography.
The goal of the day is to encourage more photographers, both professionals and amateurs, to talk about a career that is a fine marriage of art and technology.
When it comes to the history of World Photography Day, it can be traced back to 1837, when Frenchman Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce invented the Daguerreotype, a photographic technique.
Someone once mentioned, "the camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."
Another photographer explained, "Taking a snapshot, capturing a moment, demonstrates how rich reality truly is."
It all makes sense because photography is something you learn to love very quickly, even if you pick up the camera only now and then. There is also a day that celebrates and recognizes art.
World Photography Day is observed annually to celebrate the craft, art, science, and history of photography, motivate a growing number of photographers, both professionals and amateurs, to discuss a profession that is a fine blend of art and technology
The camera is honored in all of its guises. After all, the gadget has become an integral part of our daily routine. Professionals, of course, have a higher level of significance and importance. For many years, though, the camera's effect has crossed color, caste, religion, and geography.
When it comes to the history of World Photography Day, it can be traced back to 1837, when Frenchmen Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce invented the Daguerreotype, a photographic technique.
The Daguerreotype procedure was announced by the French Academy of Sciences only two years later. It wasn't, however, the first permanent photograph.
The French government then declared the idea as a free gift to the globe on August 19. And it was the start of it all.
Niepce took the first known permanent photograph, which became known as 'View From The Window at Le Grass,' a few years before the discovery of the technique. Thomas Sutton took the first-ever durable color photograph many years ago, in the year 1861. The world received its first digital camera more than a century later.
World Photography Day honors the art of photography's long history. It brings people together who are passionate about art.
Aside from commemorating history, the day encourages awareness and promotes the exchange of ideas and nuances in the field of photography. It also features some historic photographs from the present and past for photography enthusiasts.
Casual photography has become an important part of our lives, from taking selfies to publishing images of life's events. Cameras have shrunk to the size of a pen and can now fit in your pocket. There are even some that are impenetrable to detection.
Cameras have evolved into high-tech instruments that can execute a variety of tasks since the digital era began.
Taking images has become one of the most simple pastimes on the planet, and social media provides users and pros with a plethora of outlets to display their work.
NCB regional director Sameer Wankhede is not targeting Bollywood, his wife Kranti Redkar told India Today on Monday. He also responded to the allegati...
27th of October is observed as the Black Day. During this day India had invaded the disputed Jammu and Kashmir back in 1947.Alastair Lamb, in his book...