Monday, January 23, 2017

History of Photojournalism

picture taking has been nigh since 1800s and stories have been around forever, so putting them together Photojournalism becomes possible. pose stories and pictures together have shaped magazines, newspapers even lives. Action is captured by camera lens and told by writers that share stories needing to be heard. With the change magnitude technology process Photography has become known to both and becoming more common. The digital world is taking over Photography and will happen getting better as the future and technology progress.\nThe playscript Photography is derived from the Greek language, vulnerability  meaning light  and Graphein  that means, to recede (Bellis 1). Photography is a system of recording encounters by the follow up of light or cerebrate radiation on a sensitive material (Bellis 1). The pictorial matter was the ultimate response to a social and cultural thirst for a more entire and real looking archetype of reality, a need that had its origins in the renaissance  (Langton 11,1). The first destruction of photography was reportage, which were the most potential. scope is important to photographers; photographers have to plant images in a larger social event, whose significance goes beyond the individual act (Westbrook 3). In 1000 A.D a humankind named Alhazen created a oarlock Hole camera, which explained why images were big top down  (Bellis 2). In the summertime of 1827 Joseph Nicephore Niepice took the first image with the pegleg Hole camera. Prior to Josephs image he was using the camera for heliographs or sun prints. In 1829 Joseph partnered up with Louis Daguerre. Louis invented the first applicative process of photography (Bellis 5). In their partnership they improved Niepices real process. When Niepice died in 1839, Louis developed a more convenient and sound method of photography (Bellis 4). In this process Louis would have a fixed image on a sheet of plate plated copper polished with fl atware coated with iodine creating a sur...

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