Sunday, 2 December 2012

The art of "photography"

A photograph is life distilled and preserved for eternity. An expressive face, a fleeting moment in nature, an abstract shape- these are the fundamentals of photography. A photograph conveys, in a way no words can, a sense of the mystery and beauty of life, nature, and the achievements of mankind.... 


Photography as we know it today is the result of a gradual understanding of the properties of lenses and light sensitive materials. As early as the sixteenth century, artists used the camera obscura, a device that used a lens to project an image on a glass screen. At roughly the same time, chemists were experimenting with light sensitive salts, hoping to record lasting images.

The First Photograph 

It took a French scientist by the name of Joseph Nicéphore Niépce to successfully combine the two concepts in 1827. Placing a plate coated with the light-sensitive material bitumen inside a camera obscura, he created the world's oldest existing photograph. 

View from the Window at Le Gras (Gernsheim Collection, University of Texas at Austin).
By Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, 1827.

And about my photography.....

followings are some of ma favorite pic's that i have been taken so far with my camera The canon A3300is

in the valley of munnar
moon light photography
a beautiful sunrise at kanyakumari
a cute little Labrador

a pic from munnar under tungsten light

king of 80's

free training for the beginers

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