Edited By Bünyamin Ayhan
This book presents a collection of papers by researchers from several different institutions on a wide range of digital issues.
Digitalization describes the phenomenon of how knowledge is processed and the processed knowledge provides social transformations beyond digitization, interaction, annihilation of time and space, the phenomenon of usage in multimedia. Transformed is not only the society but also its mentality. Digitalization reveals a sui generis digimodern process by processing modern structures with the help of compulsory tools. This process is a reconstruction of social structures and institutions on the basis of the digitalization perspective. Each social institution adapts this process and provides a contribution to the digitalization of society.
Digital Photography from Different Aspects (Salih Tiryaki)
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Assist. Prof. Salih Tiryaki*
Digital Photography from Different Aspects
“Digital photography simply does not exist.”
After digitalizing, many parts of daily life have changed considerably. Everything from the language we speak to the conversations we have with other people have been reconstructed. This reconstruction process sometimes makes innovations from the old system, while it sometimes produces completely new models too. The transformation in photography influences human life, giving a new meaning both formally and spiritually. The improvement in the number of visions and the change happening in human life have put photography into a central position. This new and central position of photography obliges it to restate photography, photographers, photographs, the relationship between photographers and their photographic apparatus, and the act of taking photos. The photograph was the most significant, in terms of cultural and social weight, of the ‘new area of serially produced objects’ characterized by modernity (Gere, 2008: 36–37). This modernity also covers a part of technology attached to digital photography and the new digital concepts in social life. The camera, as an eye, free from limitations of time and space, also has the idea that the images are free from depending on time that has developed (Berger, 2010: 17–18). Digital photography also hugely promotes this concept because the new technologies afford the digital photography cycle in the world. New media changed the idea of time and space and created...
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