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    The Benefits of Photography Everywhere people go they are likely going to notice a piece of photography. Even it were to be projection of a image on a screen, a painting on a building or just a printed image in a shop window. Although there are many genres of photography such as monochrome, satellite, underwater, and panoramic, the main focus on in this project is digital photography. “Digital photography is a form of photography that uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors

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    Outline purpose -I want my readers to understand that being a photographer isn’t just a hobby rather a passion. Thesis; Why is photography a passion and not a hobby? Photography is a tool we use frequently in our every day, it's considered a hobby for some, a profession for others. Photography is used as a form of communication, used as a tool to send messages worldwide. “I wanted something instead of making people cry all the time I wanted to see them smile.” Jaynae Silas attended Langston University

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    Photography is an art that has been around for over a century. Throughout the years, photography has grown rapidly. It is now very popular throughout the world. There are hundreds of careers and jobs in photography. It is also a growing hobby, and for some people, it is their life. As time goes on, it will just grow in it’s popularity. Photography is a method of recording images by the action of light on a sensitive material. So basically, it is capturing images with a camera. This is a wonderful

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    Approaching the turn of the twentieth century, photography was used mainly scientifically, to gather data and make observations. Aside from some independent portrait work, the camera was not considered a highly artistic instrument. Cameras were barely given a second look in aristocratic artistic circles. The idea that photography could not be art met challenges in Britain by the Pictorial movement, the vision of photography similar in subject to impressionist paintings that aimed to make viewers

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    Photography. To truly appreciate the art of photography, it must be known that it is not some simple task where all one does is press down on the button. This is not all that it is. Photography skills vary from person to person, and can evolve over time. When looking back on the past, one can see how personal photography is to a photographer. Even from historical photographers such as Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, George Hurrell, Eadweard Muybridge, and many others, it is noticeable that photography

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    Maria Morales Period 6 Photo 1 2/4/16 Jobs in the Field of Photography There are many jobs in the field of photography. You could do a lot in photography for example you could take pictures of models or be a sports photographer. Today I’ll be talking about six different jobs in photography that you can do or want to be. The first job opportunity is being a wedding photographer,they take beautiful or special moments of the bride and groom. For this job

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    In the last decades, the photography industry has experienced a rapid transition from film photography to digital photography. Companies such as Kodak, Fujifilm, Konica, Afga, and 3M were well known and recognized names in the industry. These companies were the industry leaders on in the new millennium in regard to film photography. With the exponential growth in technology, leaders in the industry had to take decisive actions with little or no room for error in order to maintain their market share

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    The “American photography” was part of a series documentary books that were developed in America’s photography. The photographs show records of America’s reality during the 1930’s. The book was a refreshment on history cultural emblems such as war, patriotism, and racism. The very first ever one-man exhibition was held. Technically this was Walker’s second exhibition because, in 1933, 39 of his photographs were displayed at the Museum of modern art. These photo images were seen as architectural

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    The birth and development of photography are the inevitable products of the times. With the advance of scientific technology, people’s desire for the permanent image, image recording, and the information transmission lead to the emergence of photography. At the same time, the birth of photography has further promoted the development of science, technology and people's needs. At the beginning of Little History of Photography, Walter Benjamin talked about the reason and purpose of his writing. He

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    Photography is a very interesting career choice. It can take people to places they only ever dreamt of going. Although it is a lot of fun, it is also a lot of work. There is many different types of equipment, lighting, cameras, and photographers. You must learn about it all in order to choose the perfect type of photography you want to do. Photography, is not just about capturing photos of objects, it is about how photographers see the world. Being a photographer, there are many responsibilities

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