Photography as a booming business in Cagayan de Oro City
Photography is the art, science and practice of creating a durable image by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, electronically, by means of an image sensor or chemically by means of a light sensitive material such as photographic film. However, film is now becoming obsolete because digital photography is more practical.
For many Cagayanons, film photography was identified in the old days with those photographers you paid to your picture taken at the famous Gaston Park in front of the St. Augustine Cathedral when you were still young with all the beautiful flowers and the water fountain. This was considered before as the perfect place to take pictures taken for memory’s sake.
Before digital photography arrived, the traditional way of taking pictures using film was just as in demand. Photographers before were really skillful in taking pictures. Old photographers like Carlos Arce, Joe Poticiano, and Tony Malferari could take almost perfect pictures and portraits without benefit of picture editors, Photoshop, and with little equipment.
Nowadays many amateur photographers from Cagayan de Oro City are now sprouting everywhere in terms of creativity and artistry. Using the latest technology and equipment from DSLR cameras to photo editors assures customers of the best pictures and portraits, something far impossible to imagine back in the old days.
Photography as a booming business in Cagayan de Oro Cityalso means individualphotographers can teamtogether for weddings, birthdays and other big events here in Cagayan de Oro City. Many Cagayanons have already been known to be very artistic when it comes to taking photos because they put extra effort to create fabulous masterpieces.Photography is now a major highlight in the field of art and many have even held photo exhibits to displaythe beauty of their works to the public.
Many photographers here in Cagayan de Oro City have made their names known because of their craft. It started out as a hobby but, now it became their bread and butter.