The History of the Photo Studios

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Any product of human industry is infinite, but photography is approaching. In 1976 , it was announced John Szarkowski, curator for a long period of photography at the Museum of Modern Art , gnomically to some extent, that " the world now contains more pictures of bricks. " Metaphor of abundance , is Szarkowski is a wonderful article , which indicates that the images are not only other object in the world, at one time , and a prerequisite for the exchange . Also estimate the amount , however, it now seems impossible low . If counting digital images (as they have now ) , then it must be true figure several orders of magnitude larger , closer to the number of stars in the galaxy , or nerve cells in the brain. If I had to guess , I would expect that the vast majority of these images are of faces . For a long time , confined Photos image for a small number of places : in the governor , and the identity cards and passports , in the police files and high school yearbooks , and on the walls and the desktop, on the tombstones and wanted posters. Now they're everywhere : on Facebook and Twitter , and Tumblr plates, they follow us around in a cloud constantly updated . Photography became a way of biography and art broadcast . It's a way to follow up on what we were wearing in the past year , and tell the world what we did last night . But, as has become portraiture everywhere , but it has not gained in power. Still due to their ability to penetrate the viewer or owning only a small number of images from the billions . Before Facebook, there was a photo studio room , a camera , and a photographer . Once upon a time , and studio portraiture was an essential part of the visual vernacular . Like most slang , and it was a photography studio at ... ... middle of paper ... ... civilian expert professional , modest but hard work , prominent in Sidon but unknown outside . Keita and Sidibe , though, was of similar backgrounds to some extent. The photography of all of the other professions , Keita and Sidibe of carpentry from jewelry design , and both found success in the financial capital of the world , and record images of confidence , and upwardly mobile middle classes and adventures of her youth . Their work has a grandeur lacking for a civilian. Keita especially knew how to make his subjects with almost regal authority magnificent ( this has contributed to his appointment, in 1962 , for the position of official photographer for the Government of Mali ) . Sidibe , who began taking pictures of the dance club goers nightclubs in Bamako New and celebrations in the streets , still more committed sartorial taste and privacy of personal style .

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