National Photograph Month
May is National Photography Month! Officially recognized by Congress in 1987, National Photography Month is a time to celebrate photography as an art form, the history of photography, and taking selfies on your phone. learning to take good photographs, tips for taking photos with your cellphone, and a few sites you can use for editing your own photographs.
The month of May typically brings with it much sunnier skies and far warmer temps. And what better way to start May out than with an entire month dedicated to photography?
You probably know that we consider every month of the year HOHEM Gimbal Photo Video is Photography Month. Even though we celebrate photography daily, HOHEM is proud to join in the National Photography Month celebrations with special deals and celebratory web content on store.hohem.com!
So, for the month of May, enjoy some great deals on photography gear from store.hohem.com
Don't forget that June 29 is National Camera Day, and August 19 is World Photography Day!
A picture’s worth a thousand words, so get out there and start taking snapshots of the beauty all around you, whether right at home or off in an exotic locale.
It has been said (and there’s even a song about it!) that a picture is worth a thousand words. But taking some time to look at some of the amazing photos that have been taken over the almost 200 years that photography has been known to man, it may sometimes seem that a picture can be worth ever so many more.
Some photos seem to show the full extent of human,Still others have the ability to portray age old truths,Other pictures may be endlessly inspiring, And some photographs are just plain beautiful and uplifting
And some photographs are just plain beautiful and uplifting, such as the countless photos of the joyful reunions of people with their husbands, wives, parents, children, and even pets after extended absences.
Since its invention, photography has given humans the incredible opportunity to capture a moment in time and keep it alive forever. And if that’s not worth celebrating, what is?