Photography is a kind of art at its core; it goes through revolutionary steps and different phases. Of course, people did not wake up one day and found vivid pictures as we see them now all over the place. There were various ideas that relied on the pervious devices and attempts to grasp the ways to improve photography. So, let’s go through the different phases that photography went through starting from 5th century B.C. till 1907 when we discovered that we can take vivid and refined pictures.
Pouted lists best 7 technological inventions changed digital photography.7 Camera Obscura: 5th century B.C. Camera Obscura was the first type of camera introduced to the world. The term ‘Camera Obscura’ is originally Latin; its literal translation is “dark chamber.” The idea behind the invention was that the device has dark rooms or boxes with a small hole punctured, known as ‘pinhole’, on one side. The main question today is how it worked! Mainly daylight passed through this punctured hole and went into the dark room. The next procedure was that a picture of the outer word was displayed on a wall. Aristotle and the Chinese philosopher Mozi caught on the optical theory. However, the theory was not fully comprehended until the 11th century, when the Arab physicist Alhazen, known as Ibn-al-Haytham represented a model. Later, during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, camera obscura caught on. The invention was a great benefit for astronomers; it was a means to scrutinize the sun and solar eclipses without harming their eyes.
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