Appreciation of photography at Magaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Arts.
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The study was basically on appreciation of photography at Magaret Trowell School of industrial and fine arts. The roots of photography extend back further than you might assume. In the 4th Century BC, Aristotle made use of the principles of the camera obscura, in which an image is projected through a small hole. Through a camera obscura’s pinhole, the image of the world is often reversed or upside-down. While our notion of a camera has evolved dramatically, the “camera obscura” is considered the ancient building block upon which further revolutionary developments and inventions in the field of photography were built.