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The term photography comes from the French photographie

The term photography comes from the French photographie

The term PHOTOGRAPHY comes from the French photographie, from the English pho-tography, composition of photo- (from the Greek light) and -graphy (from the Greek drawing).

With the term photography we indicate both the technique and the image taken and, by extension, the medium that contains it. 
The extreme versatility of this technique has enabled it to be used in the most diverse fields of human activity, from scientific research to entertainment, from advertising to journalism, to the point of consecrating it as an authentic form of art.

The MARKETING is a branch of economics that deals with the stu-descriptive of the market god and analysis of the interaction of the market and users with the enterprise. 

Marketing can appeal to consumers, and in this case we talk about marketingB2C, (business to consumer, “from business to consumer”), often referred to simply as marketing; or, it can turn to the business market, and in this case takes the no-me name of industrial marketing or B2B marketing, (business to business, “from business to business”). 
The marketing of services (airlines, hotel chains …) and institutional marketing (in other words institutions) are also to be mentioned . Of less economic significance is the political mar-keting, as well as what companies reserve for their employees and that is commonly defined, although improperly, B2E marketing (business to employee, “from business to employee”).

Themarketing is also aimed at creating value for the customer, and one of its purposes is to create a brand positioning (brand) in the minds of consumers through brand management techniques. 

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