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New York, NY (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
Architectural/Art Photographer Ellen Fisch explores new topics in architectural photography for her recent class at Berger Bros. Camera Center of Photographic Art in Huntington, NY.
Photography is no longer a profession/hobby for a few, says Photographer Ellen Fisch. While teaching a recent class at Berger Bros. Camera Center for Photographic Art in Huntington, Long Island, Fisch told her audience that Today, photography is as natural for most people as making a phone call. She went on to note that todays technology has made photography accessible, inexpensive and a form of every day communication.
In the days of film photography, the photographer had to commit to serious expenditures of money for film, notes Fisch. Time was also a serious commitment. The films were costly and bulky to carry around. Additionally, keeping the film that was shot on a photography expedition protected until developed was a concern. Time was an additional concern. Going out on a shoot often required advanced planning. Fisch notes that Now all anyone needs is a point-and-shoot camera or phone with photo-taking capabilities to take photographs and a computer to actualize the images.