In 1957 Russell Kirsch of the United States National Bureau of Standards developed a rotating drum that would allow images to be scanned. This was the start of digital photography. The first image to be scanned using this device was a picture of Kirsch’s son. Photography was still a new art art form full of wonderment. Now the digital era was just starting and as we know, would turn into a new ever evolving world.
Nature photography alludes to an extensive variety of photography taken outside and dedicated to showing regular components, for example scenes, natural life, plants, and close-ups of common scenes and surfaces.
Landscape Photography is a difficult art form for many reasons and being able to use existing light to your advantage is one of the big ones. The very thing that can make Landscape Photography interesting in the first place is the stark contrast between the sky and ground. This element that creates beautiful subjects can be very difficult to tame.