Today, August 19th, is officially World Photography Day and a chance to pay homage to the history of the art form and also to look forward to the future of the medium. WPD originates from the invention of the daguerreotype, a photographic process developed by Louis Daguerre. On January 9, 1839 The French Academy of Sciences announced the daguerreotype process
PR: Punchline PR/Shine Communications Client: Morrisons Project: Bake Officer The depth of field allows the viewer to feel involved in the photo. You feel as though you have been invited in. Due to the fact that there is no branding visible, the viewer is intrigued.
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Click here to view our video Project / Client: British Library Challenges: To promote the launch of the British Library’s latest exhibition ‘Shakespeare in Ten Acts’, as part of their commemorations of 400 years since the playwright’s death. The exhibition contained over 200 artefacts and pieces relating to Shakespeare’s life and the performances of his plays over the past four centuries. TNR