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My favorite profession is a photographer By Rina L.
Description A photographer is a person who takes photographs. A professional photographer uses photography to earn money; amateur photographers take photographs for pleasure and to record an event, emotion, place, or person.
Categorized Photographers are also categorized based on the subjects they photograph. Some photographers explore subjects typical of paintings such as landscape, still life, and portraiture. Other photographers specialize in subjects unique to photography, including street photography, documentary photography, fashion photography, wedding photography, war photography, photojournalism, aviation photography and commercial photography.
History On a summer day in 1827, Joseph Nicephore Niepce made the first photographic image with a camera obscura. Prior to Niepce people just used the camera obscura for viewing or drawing purposes not for making photographs. Joseph Nicephore Niepce's heliographs or sun prints as they were called were the prototype for the modern photograph, by letting light draw the picture. The first photo
Facts about photography #1: The first digital camera was created in December 1975, by Steve Sasson, who was an Engineer at Eastman Kodak. The camera weighed 8 pound and recorded 0.01 megapixel black and white photos. It took 23 seconds to create the first photograph.
#2: The chemicals which used to be used for developing photographs are called photographic fixatives. These used to be very dangerous and poisonous chemicals which, if consumed, could also lead to death.
#3: The largest collection of cameras in the world is held by Dilish Parekh of Mumbai. He has a collection of 4,425 antique cameras
Famous photographer #1: Art Wolfe (born 1951) Popular nature photographer and television presenter whose vividly-coloured images of wildlife, landscapes and indigenous cultures celebrate the beauty and diversity of the natural world.
#2: Irving Penn (1917-2009) American photographer, widely revered for his studio-based portrait, still life and fashion work. His pictures, executed with great attention to detail, are spare, powerful and carefully composed.
#3: Man Ray (1890-1976) Highly creative, surrealist-influenced photographer whose most famous images resulted from experiments with photograms (which he called ‘rayographs’) and colorization, in which an image is completely or partially inverted.
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