Photography has also been motivating the painters to change their art forms from time to time. The artists have been motivated by the photography and have brought a number of possibilities which can be portrayed much ahead of the visual designs created by the visual facts. The artists have learned from the vision of the painters and have tried to implement it in their art. The existence of the photographic images further inspired the artists to conduct a deep research in the perspective of photograph shooting (Henkes, 1975). One of the modern mechanisms which emerged out from the photographs was the study of the different kinds of effects which were observed in the photograph such as the light, the color was studied by the artists. They were not only, selecting and simplifying and intensifying the photographs but also tried to implement the similar kind of impressions in the painting.
The most obvious change that was brought by the photography in the visual character of art was the new way of observation of art with and intrusion of camera in the same. One of the effects of camera, which produced a beautiful fluid movement leading to the blurred scenes were implemented by the artists in the oil paintings. One of such painting was created by Whistler who was the artist in the 19th century and created the painting of Nocturne in Black and Gold which depicted the works related to the fluidity of the fireworks show which including the capturing of the multiple bursts.