Happy World Photography Day

HAPPY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY DAY! August 19, remarked as World Photography Day, is an annual, global celebration of the art craft, science, and history of photography. World Photography Day originated after the invention of the “Daguerreotype”. It is a photographic process that came out in 1837 by Frenchman Louis Daguerre and Joseph Nicephore Niepce. They referred to the “photography” process as “Daguerreotype” and “Heliography”. They afterward gifted the process to the world on 19 August 1839. World Photography Day as we know it now didn’t take hold up till 1991, by the beginning of 1991 everyone took a consentaneous decision and started celebrating World Photography Day. Once again, Happy world photography day! On this special day, we are featuring some behind the scenes sent by some of the most talented photographers in Bangladesh who are constantly working behind the camera and edifying the future of photography in Bangladesh!

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Golam Kashem Daddy

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Zahir Raihan: A Tribute to a Bengali Icon

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Syeda khanum the History of Bangladesh female photographer

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