Month: September 2017


We Got the Picture, Now Where’s the Color?

Color, though we live in a saturated world, was problematic in photography for a long time. Scientists understood the physics of light and its properties, but they had yet to understand how color is perceived in the human eye. Then, technicians had to find the right material that could cater to the right properties for […]

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Photo history blog about Photojournalism

From Wars Abroad to War in the Streets, Photographers Decide When to Freeze the Action

Can someone say insta-a-a-aaa-a-matic??? Here come the days where cameras fit in the palm of your hand and film speeds stop motion even while you’re still moving. Visual athletes define photography in a fast-paced world. From wars far from home to war in our own streets, photographers freeze the whole story, leaving just enough to […]

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