Newspapers also have staff photographers who accompany reporters to cover events.
Photographers are also hired to cover weddings, birthdays and other important personal occasions.
Professional courses are available for those who aspire to become photographers.
Good jobs in the media also await them in prestigious magazines like the ‘National Geographic’.
Sir John Herschel, was the first to use the term photography in 1839, when he managed to fix images using hyposulphite of soda.
He described photography as "The application of the chemical rays to the purpose of pictorial representation".
It is used to create images that are transmitted through a pinhole camera on a wall that is in a darkened room.
People such as Aristotle studied the Camera Obscura as well as the Pinhole Camera.
At the beginning the Cameras were bulky in size and very annoying to carry around but later on became more shaped and more compact.
The History of Photography The name "Photography" comes from the Greek words for light and writing.