The Daguerreotype process was developed by Louis Daguerre in the year 1837, and it became a monumental milestone in the recognition and journey of photography.
On August 19, 1839, the French government introduced it to the world as a gift and in doing so, birthed 'Photography', which later went on to become the celebration of the 'World Photography Day'.
The World Photography Day is about embracing a universal language of images, one that transcends all borders - cultural, linguist, mental and others. It is a day to express visual emotions.
On this day, social media platforms turn into digital galleries for personal visual narratives. Photography contests, exhibitions, and workshops are held in celebrations worldwide.
· Document a day in your life · Explore new perspectives · Pay homage to classics · Share stories behind your photos · Host a virtual exhibition · Join workshops or webinars