Inventions of Photography - Chapter 12 - Digital Photography

The final chapter of Inventions of Photography. Thanks for watching. Please share with those who you think would enjoy the series. – Matt & Jess InventionsOfPhotography.com

A note from the filmmakers:

We are now living in the age of photography’s biggest technological shift since it’s invention. The history of photography has seen the rise and fall of many photographic processes but all of them were based on the light sensitivity of chemical compounds. Images are now made with ones and zeros, not grains of silver nitrate. The vast majorities of these digital images are not printed and live solely within a computer or smart phone screen. This chapter attempts to see into the future at how photography will continue to evolve. As with most histories the only constant in the history of photography is change.

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