By Karl Taylor
By: Metacafe Affiliate U
At one time photography was a hobby limited to those with bottomless pockets and a keen understanding of the mathematics of light, focal distances and other confusing terms and phrases. Pioneers such as George Eastman (of Kodak fame) introduced many inventions that brought photography to the masses bringing down the costs and simplifying the processes. With the appearance of the instant camera we saw the removal of the need to wait for long periods of time before we saw the results of our snaps. Today the film camera has been replaced by the digital camera and it is no longer necessary to even print our photo's but have these advances made photography easier to understand?