World Photography Day 2019: History of photographs is years old

World Photography Day 2019

World Photography Day 2019 is celebrated with great enthusiasm on 19 August every year. These days celebrate not only veteran photographers and photography enthusiasts, but people all over the world come together from their professions and interests and inspire generations to understand the importance of photography.

With billions of photos uploaded every hour to the world, World Photography Day inspires many photographers around the world to broadcast their idea with their purpose, also to make people think differently. This day is celebrated every year to develop photography as a hobby and to encourage photographers from all over the world.

World Photography Day
World Photography Day 2019

To this day, many photographers across the world are submitting their entries through multiple platforms for their best picture. The World Photography Organization is calling on photographers from around the world to register and present photographs taken in 2019 such as – architecture, wildlife, creativity, landscape, travel and street photography. So what is the necessary time to take pictures and upload your social media account and express your views? Photos are not necessary to be taken only for yourself, anything that you like, which leaves a deep and distinct impression on your mind, or anything that needs to reach the world should be taken.

World Photography Day 2019
World Photography Day 2019
History of world photography
The first photo was announced on August 19, 1939, in France. The preface to this announcement was that the Daguerreotype process was announced by the French Academy of Sciences on January 9, 1839, a photographic process developed by Louis Daguerre. On 19 August of the same year, the French government obtained the patent and the Prime Minister of François Arago France gave a presentation at the French Academy des Sciences and the Academy des Beaux-Arts, which described the process of photography.
Arago discussed its evaluation and imagined its glorious future, giving the world the benefit of its free use. The first global online gallery was hosted on 19 August 2010. The day was historic because even though it was the first online gallery to date, 270 photographers shared their views on the day and people from over 100 countries viewed the website.

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