World Photography Day
Welcome to the Budding Photographer show. Yes, you may call it Photoblog.
Everyone loves photography, I too. As you all know that I am continuously writing blogs, but words don’t make a photograph.
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film remains forever and we can remember those emotional moments again, after a long time.
The picture is truly a worth thousand words, Photography is my passion, and this was my long standings desire to have Photoblog.
Frankly speaking, I have not learned Photography from any institution but got ideas from reading articles and experiencing day-to-day photography.
Today is a special day for me as today is world Photography Day. Yes, on August 19, every year, we celebrate World Photography Day to pay tribute to the art of photography. It celebrates how a picture captures the essence, emotion, and mood of a moment in time.
French Joseph Nicephore Niepce captured the first permanent photo of an object in 1826.
On this occasion, It is my wish to post a special blog on photography because there are so many memories and stories attached to those old photographs.
Photographs with the photo album
I remember our old times when we used to store our old memories captured in photographs and kept in the photo album. Now the time has changed and in the digital era, we kept our photos on a hard disc. With the advent of the mobile camera, photography has been easy and gaining popularity.
What I feel is that old photographs sometimes make us laugh and sometimes make me cry. We find an opportunity to get those old memories refreshed once again.
When we talk about the photograph, it is evident that it nearly touches every aspect of modern life in the form of communication, documentation, and hobbies in this digital era. The photo of a person is being used in so many ways as the identity of a person. It captures a thousand emotions locked in a frame.
Yes, Photography is a form of art that immortalizes the moment forever.
we always used to click photographs on every occasion to mark the celebration and to preserve them as a memory of that events.
Being a budding photographer, I have tried to click some beautiful pictures today and sharing with you to mark the celebration of World Photography Day today.
Friends, I am learning different types of photography through practice only. It is my endeavor to share different photographs as I am passionate about this hobby.
Moments with faceless photography
I would like to share the moments with faceless photography. Yes, I had a curiosity about this subject as it creates an opportunity for creativity and new thought.
Faceless photography gives us a chance to capture those candid, in-between moments where our subject isn’t looking at the camera directly.
Yes, we have to click the subject into motion. I have also sketched so many objects without their face or sometimes faces may be covered with hair and click that to share with you…
A “faceless portrait” may sound like something of a paradox. In this type of photography, we find it unusual, as we have to take a portrait without a face because a face is a very thing that defines the portrait.
In fact, the absence of a face will not stop a portrait from representing a human subject. Rather, it allows photographers to find another creative way to tell a story. It creates a wonderful opportunity to represent a portrait with their powerful creativity.
Learning Abstract photography
I am also learning Abstract photography. It is a method of expressing ideas and emotions with photographed image elements without the intention of creating a realistic image.
It blends in extraordinary and unusual concepts, mediums, and photographic techniques. The abstract photos became part of the history of photography that inspired me to create abstract pictures too.
How do you like my click, please share your feelings?
“Happy World Photography Day”
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