An artist’s ability to create images is usually judged by how well they can tell a story. Whether it be through the use of light, color, or movement, the images that are created should evoke emotion in the viewer and transport them to another place. The art of narrative photography takes this idea one step further – these photos document an event or experience so thoroughly that you feel like you were there yourself.
The following blog post will explain what narrative photography is and why it is becoming more popular in today’s society. It also includes tips on how to create your own narrative photographs using different types of cameras!
The history of photography
The history of photography dates back to 1839. This is when a French scientist, Louis Daguerre, managed to create a photographic plate that captured the image over a long exposure period using silver nitrate and mercury. He called this process “daguerreotype”.
However, the first photographic camera dates back to 1826. It was invented by Nicéphore Niépce who managed to capture an image using a primitive pinhole camera. This process is called “heliography” and it is considered as one of the earliest forms of photography in history.
What is narrative photography
Narrative photography is a form of artistic expression that creates a story through the use of photos.
A narrative photograph relies on context and emotional effect to evoke a reaction from the viewer. The goal of a narrative photographer is to create an emotional connection with the viewer by telling a story in each photo they take.
A good example of this type of photography is “The Kiss,” which was taken by Robert Doisneau in 1948. It depicts a couple kissing passionately in front of the Eiffel Tower, and it explores themes such as love, … Read the rest