The Development of Photography
Photography has brought a great impact in the world today. People take photos in almost all the stages of their lives with a lot of reasons behind this. Other than just taking photos every day, people go to the extent of taking photos in almost everywhere they go. Marketing of photography has shown an increase over the recent years. The process of making images is simply referred to as photography. Images in photography are only made using chemical or electronic processes. Electromagnetic method of making images uses light sensors whereas chemically a film is used. Above is a brief explanation of the process of making an image.
Since the invention of photography in the early 1800’s there has been an improvement in photography industry. This was basically the analogue camera. the digital camera was the evolved and became most commonly used in the 1990’s. After the year 2000, digital camera had been placed on the modern phones. Since then, photography has become an everyday thing. People take photographs in different places using their phones which is unlike the old times.
The ordinary film cameras used chemical processes to make images. The ordinary cameras had one very important part known as the film. Exposure of the film to direct sunlight would damage it since it was made to be light sensitive. This condition was prevented with a tin covering that was plastic in nature and could not allow light through it. An ordinary film camera had simple procedures of operation. With a ready image you are only required to press the capture button. The button is connected to the shutter speed and when pressed it opens to let in a given amount of light. An image of the field of view is formed on the film with reactions triggered by the chemicals on it. The film is then turned to negatives by adding chemicals in a machine that best does this work. Lastly, the film is then processed to the kind of photos you understand in your desired shapes and sizes.
Advancing in technology has enabled for the production of cameras of the same image but with different operations. As compared to ordinary film cameras, digital cameras do not have films. Digital cameras work with the use of electromagnetic radiators. In the absence of a film, the digital camera has a piece of electromagnetic equipment that captures the light turning them into electronic signals. Basically, a digital camera is made up of a number of parts which are all important in one way or the other.
Photography has become a very necessary part in our lives today. With photography, all that matters to us can easily be reminisced. Social media communication has been made better as people can easily share their photos. Employment has been created to number of job seeking people all over the world.