Photos With Added Graphics; Digitalized Cameras Had Done it

by : Jayson Pablo

Good bye old days of tirelessly waiting in front of photographers for a photo. The present days of digital photography had made every one a photographer. Just take the camera, focus on anything and click, the print is on the table in minutes. Thanks to the technology. It took a long journey from the invention of cameras to the present day auto zoom in film less digital cameras.

The first filmless analog camera was designed in 1972. A digital camera was first created by Steven Sasson, an engineer at Eastman Kodak. In 1981, Handheld electronic cameras came out, which was an analog camera based on television technology, which was more a video camera that could record single frames, 50 per disk in field mode and 25 per disk in frame mode.
It was Fuji DS-IP, launched in 19, that could be called as the first true digital camera which could record with a 16 MB internal memory card using a battery to keep the data in memory. But the first commercially marketed digital camera was the Dycam Model 1; in 1990, which was sold as the Logitech Fotoman.

Digital cameras often have resolution limited by the camera sensor that could turn light into discrete signals thus replacing film's role in traditional photography. Digital cameras were much costlier in the beginning. But with the improvement in technology, costs showed a fall dramatically.

The most recent consumer digital cameras use a Bayer filter mosaic in combination with an optical anti-aliasing filter in order to reduce the aliasing caused by the less sampling of the different primary-color images.
With the change of time, no doubt, taking photographs are no more the same. With more companies launching new digital cameras every day, and new technology being introduced, things won't be the same anymore. Who knows, what is in store after a decade. May be photography, without digital camera. Cool!