Photography is the art of collecting light with a camera, usually through a digital sensor or film, to generate a picture. The first permanent photograph was taken in France in 1826 (other sources state 1827) by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. It depicts the roof of a structure that is illuminated by the sun.
With the debut of Eastman Kodak’s “Kodachrome” film in the 1930s, color photography became more popular and affordable. Prior to that, practically all photographs were monochromatic- through a small group of photographers, toeing the line between scientists and alchemists, had been utilizing sophisticated techniques to create color images for decades.
Today, no special equipment or chemicals are necessary to capture an image. Digital cameras are widely accessible and are built into a variety of electronic gadgets. When you upload a photo to the Internet, it can be instantly distributed all over the world. Photographic technology has improved tremendously from the days of the camera obscura. You may argue that technology has advanced at a rapid pace.
These days, we can’t exist without visuals. It is now an essential part of our daily life. when there is a click The shutter button on a camera is a recollection of a period we can’t go back to. That’s why my portfolio is called “Enchanted Memories”, which translates to “fascinating memories’’. I also include my best photos of refraction, abstract, lighting, creative, motion, landscape, portrait, street, art and culture, and wildlife.
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Sanal Sunny, Thrissur, Kerala, India, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.