Photography is the method or action of creating still pictures by recording light frequencies on a sensitive medium, such as a photographic film, or an electronic sensor. These Light frequencies are reflected or emitted from objects and activate a sensitive chemical or electronic sensor during a timed exposure, usually through a device known as a camera that also stores the resulting information chemically or electronically. This product of human creativity was created by many scientists and enthusiast who wanted to learn more about this strange technique of capturing light. The aesthetics of photography continue to be discussed regularly, especially in artistic circles. While photography has been in the art world since the early 20th century, many artists still argue that photography is the mechanical reproduction of an image, a place, a thing, its exact reproduction. In my opinion and in the context of the knowledge I have gained from my program of studies, it is impossible to produce an image that is definitive or perfect.
Even if one contends that the camera does not lie, the image that is produced nonetheless does not correspond to reality, because of the decisions made by the photographer. The camera itself is able to reproduce nature or the scene in front of it and In most cases it will even be able to reproduce the light that is on the subject and on its surroundings. However an image also has framing, which will always be decided by the photographer. Framing is the “four views” of the object, front, back and the two sides and the shutter time-lapse. The photographer can decide whether to make the image capture rays of light for a second, 250th of second, 3,000th of second or even several minutes. These two separate framings give the image a reality of it’s own, which does not correspond to the reality that we see. How can seven minute correspond to the real world in photograph, or 3,000 of a second? Our eyes...
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