What is photography? When was the first camera invented? How are photographs altered or changed after the picture is taken? What is photojournalism? Almost everyone has a camera. Have you used one before? How are the pictures you and your friends have taken the same or different than the kinds of photographs you see in a museum? Photography has many different styles from "as it happens" street-shots to elaborately set up photographs. Photographs can be black and white or colorful. They can be happy or sad. They can be funny or serious. Find out how artists use this fairly recent medium.
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