18 well-lit tweets about photographers

The history of photography is older than you think. And we do not mean here the basic idea of ​​painting, because otherwise the origin would certainly be even older. Aristotle described the camera obscura as early as the 4th century BC. It is considered the blueprint and origin of photography as we know it today. However, it was not until 1826 that Joseph Nicephore Niépce managed to take the first photograph. To this end, he exposed a tin plate coated with asphalt for 8 hours to capture the view from his studio in Saint-Loup-de-Varennes, France. Painter Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre was so enamored with the process that he helped shorten the exposure time by experimenting with copper plates and mercury vapor.

Almost everyone carries a pocket phone with a camera function these days. Many of these devices today even approach the quality of real cameras. However, just owning it does not make you a photographer. Anyone can take a picture or take a picture, just have your finger on the shutter button. The actual photo is something else entirely. It is not for nothing that this is a craft – albeit a slowly dying one – that must be learned before one can swear at a photographer. Without them, there would be no wedding photos, glossy magazines, illustrated books, reports and records from family celebrations or events. And because of that, we dedicate this amazing post to the hard working people behind the lenses. With that in mind: Please smile!

#1: Butt

#2: Becoming the best

#3: What is Photoshop for?

#4: All natural

#5: Oh what

#6: Well then

#7: Sounds fair

#8: Oh yeah

#9: Cheeky!

#10: It’s not staged, is it?

#11: Perfect, thanks!

#12: What is more important to you

#13: Don’t run after them, they’re still alive

#14: Epic

#15: What is this trick again?

#16: Oh my god

#17: I learned something again

#18: All photographers know this

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