World Photography Day 2022: Know more about the history and significance of the day

World Photography Day 2022: World Photography Day is celebrated on 19 August every year. Photography enthusiasts from all over the world come together to celebrate the art. Also, this is a day to commemorate the history of photography and allow people to see the world from a different perspective. The theme for World Photography Day 2022 is “Pandemic under the camera.
History of World Photography Day 2022

Photography has been an important part of life since the early 19th century. The origins of World Photography Day can be traced back to the 19th century, when two Frenchmen, Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce, developed the “daguerreotype”. It’s a photographic process. In 1839, Daguerre photography was officially recognized by the French Academy of Sciences.

Photography is a growing medium of personal expression and appreciation for countless people around the world. Photography creates memories and passages to revisit and cherish.

“#WorldPhotographyDay was celebrated on August 19th to celebrate the art and craft of photography and people’s passion for the genre. The theme of #WorldPhotographyDay2022 is ‘Pandemic Lockdown Under the Lens’,” Kargil Ladakh, Ministry of Information and Public Relations, said Friday morning at wrote on Twitter.

Mumbai-based fashion and celebrity photographer Dabboo Ratnani tweeted: “Happy World Photography Day everyone.”

World Photography Day 2022 Quotes

“Photography is the art of making memories tangible.” – Destin Sparks

“Photography is a way of feeling, moving and loving. What you photograph stays with you forever…it remembers little things long after you forget everything.” – Aaron Siskind

“When you photograph people in color, photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls!” – Ted Grant

“Pictures are taken with a camera, which is an illusion… They are taken with the eyes, the heart and the mind.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

“Portraits are not created in the camera, but on the sides of the camera.” – Edward Steichen

“Photography is like sneaking into the kitchen late at night to steal Oreo cookies.” – Diane Arbus

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