World Photo Day 2016: Best Quotes and Sayings Images To Celebrate The Art on Happy World Photography Day

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World Photo Day 2016 Quotes Sayings Images: The time to celebrate the art of photography has arrived again. It is celebrated on August 19 every year as the World Photography Day. The work of amateur and professional photographers is celebrated equally today. (check: Happy Bhag Jayegi collection.)



The photo shows the moment which once had occur and will never happen again. The camera does the work of capturing the photographs. They have their significance as they enable us to capture those beautiful and never returning moments. On this day, people use to share some of their best shots across the globe.

World Photo Day 2016 Quotes Sayings Images

Just like other special occasions, we have some of the best quotes for this day to share on social media or via messaging/ WhatsApp. Read and share.

  • World Photo Day Quotes

“What I like about photographs is that they catch a minute that is gone everlastingly, difficult to replicate.” ― Karl Lagerfeld

“At the point when words get to be misty, I should center with photographs. At the point when pictures get to be insufficient, I might be content with hush.” ― Ansel Adams

When you photograph individuals in shading, you photograph their garments. In any case, when you photograph individuals in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” ― Ted Grant

“High contrast are the shades of photography. To me they symbolize the choices of trust and misery to which humankind is everlastingly subjected” — Robert Frank

“Photography is a method for feeling, of touching, of cherishing. What you have gotten on film is caught until the end of time… it recollects seemingly insignificant details, long after you have overlooked everything.” — Aaron Siskind

World Photo Day 2016 Quotes Sayings Images

“Taking pictures is enjoying life seriously, every hundredth of a second.” ― Marc Riboud

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” ― Ansel Adams

“Photography records the extent of emotions composed on the human face, the magnificence of the earth and skies that man has acquired, and the riches and disarray man has made. It is a noteworthy power in disclosing man to man.” — Edward Steichen

  • World Photography Day Quotes

“I tend to think about the demonstration of photographing, by and large talking, as an enterprise. My most loved thing is to go where I’ve never been.” ― Diane Arbus

“To me, the enchantment of photography, essentially, is that you can catch a moment of a second that couldn’t exist before and couldn’t exist after. It’s practically similar to a cowpoke that draws his weapon. You draw a second prior or after, you miss and you’re dead – not them. To me, photography’s constantly similar to that.” — Mario Testino

“Basically what photography is, is life lit up.” — Sam Abell

“A photograph can be a moment of life caught for time everlasting that will never stop glancing back at you.” ― Brigitte Bardot

“We are regularly educated to search for the magnificence in all things, so in discovering it, the layman asks the thinker while the rationalist asks the photographer.” ― Criss Jami, Killosophy

World Photo Day 2016 Quotes Sayings Images

“Life is not about critical subtle elements, enlightened a blaze, settled until the end of time.

Photographs are.” ― Susan Sontag, On Photography

“Photography is a supernatural sort of craftsmanship that permits individuals to save time and minutes, and to portray the world the way they see it.” ― Sahara Sanders

“I wish more individuals felt that photography was an enterprise the same as life itself and felt that their individual emotions merited communicating. To me, that makes photography all the more energizing.” — Harry Callahan

“A photograph is a mystery around a mystery. The more it lets you know, the less you know.” ― Peter Gasser

“The general purpose of taking pictures is so you don’t need to clarify things with words.” ― Elliott Erwitt

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