Colored Photography

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About colored Photography

Edmond Becquerel created color photography.


You can take colored photo's about anywhere you have a camera.


In 1848 Edmond Becquerel came up with color photographs.


Photography works when electronic sensors or light-sensitive chemicals record color information at the time of exposure. This makes the picture filled with different colors.


Colored photography is important because photography does not just brings out beauty in little things. Also it shows the world for what is really is, not just a black and white picture.

If you take a picture using colored photography the photo will look 10 times better. So stop taking black and white photos and start colored pictures today.

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In 1848 Edmond Becquerel invented colored photography. You use colored photography for making the pictures colorful so you can see and understand the image completely. This was helpful because you could remember moments in great detail and take colored pictures anywhere with your camera. This works when electronic sensors or light-sensitive chemicals record color information at the time of exposure. This makes the picture filled with different colors.


In 1848, colored photography effected people because people were able to keep a picture of what they were seeing in complete color, not just in black and white. This also helped people remember important things that happened. Finally this effected people because people thought it was magical. Now a days, this effect people because we can capture great moments to remember them by. Also now we can use pictures to capture true outer beauty of of people or objects.


The persuasive technique that I used was faulty causes and effect. I used this to draw the readers in and make them think that they need to start using colored photography and their pictures would look better so they would stop take black and white pictures. I believe that this would be most effective because everyone wants to look better in a photo.