Transition of Photography

Photography as an art has evolved over time and has been credited for preserving and carrying the image into history through revealing evidence of the earlier experiences and environments. The advancement of image from prehistoric time through historic and later prehistoric period has been characterized by important dynamic aspects. This advancement is seen with the translation of wall and cave paintings from prehistoric period to photography of post history which employs automation such automation. Initially, images were stored in human memories and retrieved by magical consciousness but they later advanced to linear text and automated pictures. Photography serves the purpose of bringing the experiences, events and environmental scenes of the past into the present by acting as a platform for reminding people what the past was like.

. During historic period the images were presented via linear texts and the events captured in the images were encrypted in symbols. The linear text came in time to replace the way images were preserved in memory consciousness. Notably, the linear texts brought the imagined experiences in a more vivid way by explaining the images such as wall paintings using alphabetical symbols. The cognitive behavior of the people and their understanding of linear texts helped encode images thus preserving their history since it was only them who could comprehend. The origin of model of conception was closely attached to people’s culture that influenced progressive creativity in imagery giving birth to laser printing. Culture entailed two important aspects, text and image, which helped carry history forward to the post-historic age.

The post-historic age was characterized by emergence of industrial revolution which steered the economies of many countries through innovation, infrastructural developments and creation of automated machines. The contribution of industrial revolution in photography is recognized with innovation of automatic apparatus that…



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