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    Instagram has widened the lane for photography. Instagram has allows people see and show others people art. Photos in instagram give emotions. According to “The Psychology of Selfies: Why We Love Taking and Viewing Photos of Faces” by Courtney Seiter,“Looking directly into the camera can help make a direct connection with someone. Looking to the left or right will help guide the reader’s eyes in that direction” (“Why We Love”). When one takes a selfie (a photo that is a self portrait) and he or she post it, the viewer look at the that photo and feel some type way. Like that person will think that person is beautiful. Social media allows people to tell stories of their everyday lives by posting what doing during the day. Such as posting going to park, taking picture of the meal they…

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    Photography comes from the Greek words meaning draw or write with light. It is the process of making pictures by means of the action of light. Light can be reflected from a subject and form a picture on a light-sensitive material. After photography was invented, it became more advanced over a long period of time. Images were taken from the human body, ocean, and even space. Since photography is continuously being upgraded there are different categories for picture taking. There are four types of…

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    The movement of photography has been constantly growing and expanding throughout the centuries. With the increase in popularity for this new media came various expansions and technological advancements. Photography led to advancements in the camera as well as advancements in the methodology of taking a photograph. These advancements did not happen suddenly; the technology and advancements in photography we have today is the product of many centuries of work through a collective effort from many…

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    Since the creation of photography, photographic images have been used to shape the public’s knowledge through means such as staged photos, photo manipulation, and photos portrayed in the media. These photos have been used to give a visual taste of history all the way from World Wars to nationwide depressions. The camera has been a very significant part of history due to the fact of it giving the opportunity to see what things looked like during different times. Photographers like Henry…

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    Photography is an ever-growing trend in our society and has been a prominent feature in the world for the last few hundred years. There is more to photography than just hitting a button. To get a better understanding of how to photography works we need to take a look at the beginning and see how photography advanced through the ages. It 's hard to imagine if photography was never invented we would still be painting in place. A selfie would take hours not just seconds. The credit is not often…

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    tell a story through how the photo is composed, and how the subject is posed. A color photograph of a group of people walking through a field will look completely different and evoke different emotions than seeing the exact same photograph in black-and-white. The color photographs will have some vibrancy and look alive, whereas the black-and-white photograph may create a scene that is viewed as dreary and cold. No matter the type of photography, each photograph has the capability to evoke…

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    Sontag On Photography

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    A world without photography seems merely impossible for the modern age humans. Photography is seen throughout our everyday lives, from the television, to smartphones, and on our computers it seems impossible to avoid it. But why would we want to? Photography is a vision, a memory, a moment captured in time that makes it possible for humans to share these moments with others. But more times than not, these moments, visions, photographs are altered, manipulated, and distorted to influence, and…

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    The word photography is derived from the Greek words for writing and light. A world without photography is hard and to some extent impossible to imagine due to its constant presence in our everyday life. Photography has saved us from sparing a lot of words to describe scenery or landscape of outlook of an individual and with the wings of technology photography has captured us from every aspect of life. (T. Bentley, 2009) From retaining memories to exploring landscapes as well as in the medical…

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    Digital photography had revolutionized the world of picture capturing. The whole concept of photography hasn’t changed. However, over the years digital cameras have changed considerably from its appearance to its functions making it easier to have a picture of exceptional quality whatever its purpose. “The selective eye”, instead of just finding a subject to take a photo of the photo composition is about accentuating the scene of the photograph being taken. It is important to be aware that…

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    Erwitt Photography

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    Erwitt said, “Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” While Elliott Erwitt was talking specifically about photography, this concept applies to many aspects of life, including how we see each other. I want to view others and be viewed by others through the lens of creativity, understanding, and appreciation for all kinds of beauty. My identity is shaped by my interest in and demonstrated talent for…

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