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First photos

The first photo, which has survived to this day, belongs to the French inventor Joseph Niepce. The frame, which he called “View from the Window”, he managed to get in 1826.

And another French inventor Louis Daguer in 1838 was able to capture a man for the first time.

The first self-portrait in the world, something like a selfie was made around the autumn of 1839 by a famous American photographer, the pioneer of photography, Robert Cornelius. After removing the cover from the photographic lens, he rushed into the frame, where he spent more than a minute before closing the lens.

The first photo of the launch of the rocket from Cape Canaveral in July 1950 belongs to NASA, which captures the launch of Bumper V-2.
James Clerk Maxwell presented the first color photograph in which a tricolor was sealed, tied in a bow, in 1861 at a lecture at the Royal Institution in London. The idea of ​​this picture, he hatched for six years.

Photography is a unique phenomenon that is able to capture forever important events, interesting moments, everything beautiful and loved.

For the absolute majority of people, photographs are valuable documents, testimonies of their life-long personal history. Therefore, people try to capture themselves for the “history” themselves, when there is no one to ask. Apparently this marked the beginning of the emergence of such a phenomenon as self.
Selfies
The first selfie in history was supposedly filmed in 1920. The picture shows five men posing for the camera, which stand on the roof of Marceau Studio in New York.

It is said that these gentlemen were employees of the popular photographic studio Byron Company, which dates back to 1892.

In a rare photo, five men are posing in front of the camera, standing on the roof of Marceau Studio against the background of the spiers of the Empire State Building in New York. These gentlemen were employees of the popular photographic studio Byron Company, which has been leading its history since 1892.
In a rare photo, five men are posing in front of the camera, standing on the roof of Marceau Studio against the background of the spiers of the Empire State Building in New York. These gentlemen were employees of the popular photographic studio Byron Company, which has been leading its history since 1892.
Selfies (translated from English – himself, himself), also meet the names of oneself, the crossbow is a type of self-portrait, consisting in capturing oneself on a camera, sometimes with the help of a mirror, a cord or a timer.
The term gained fame in the early 21st century thanks to the development of the built-in camera functions of mobile devices.

Most adolescents and young people entertain themselves with new inspiration in photography.

Their photos are placed on social networks not only ordinary people, but also celebrities. Many selfies are becoming hits on the Internet – not even thousands, but millions of people are viewing them.

Selfies of stars are regularly a source of information about their lives, along with glossy shots appear in the press, become the subject of discussion, criticism and the object of endless likes.
The world has swept the epidemic of selfies. And since the influence of selfie on the life of society is multiplying, scientists and psychologists from different countries are interested in the extent and consequences of this unusual phenomenon.

Psychologists have found that this problem appeared in the modern world due to the decline in the value of interpersonal relationships. People are increasingly engaged in career, business, income growth and the accumulation of money.

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They pay less attention to personal communication, friendship and love. They do not try to build deep relationships, do not become attached to each other, as a result, seeing in each other not a person, but a set of useful functions.
The statistics figures show how global self-reliance is today. Every day in the world social networks one million boshes appear. One third of them are taken by people between the ages of 18 and 24, who are the main selimans.

In pursuit of a successful frame, people climb the tallest buildings, mountains, descend into deep gorges and commit insane acts that lead to their death. Many cases of “deadly selfies” have been recorded all over the Earth.

Residents of the Georgian capital are photographed in the city center on a sunny February day.
And if you don’t want to take a selfie, you should be photographed in safe places, or ask a stranger to take a picture.
And remember that a photo is not just a picture in which someone is beautiful or doesn’t look very good, but a specific emotion, a feeling that reflects a person’s state at a certain moment.

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