As you know August 19 is named in the calendar of many countries of the world as the World's Day of Photography.
In my opinion in a world where everything is forgotten very soon, photos are documents that are recorded as a narrative of history by recording a moment. The short moment that is recorded in the small frame of photographers is so powerful that it can transmit the anger, beauty, oppression, hope and sadness in its wavelength to the eyes they are watching.
The oldest photograph recorded in photography is the image taken by the French aristocrat Nissophor Nips, in 1826, with the process he called the heliograph in the window of his room. A few years later, another Frenchman, Louis Douger, in 1837, came up with technology that recorded a positive, direct, and lasting image of the silver plate. He called his technology "Dagrothip", which is known as the first practical photographic recording method in photography.
Photography was one of the most important inventions of the nineteenth century. Since Lou Dagger made his debut in Paris this summer, photography has come a long way; many changes have been made and the number of influences has grown more and more in the midst of people and communities.
That's why today I want to share some of my photos with you.