Globop Photography focuses on the impact imagery has on people. Many research studies have proven the benefits and effects of the exposure to certain types of images on human behavior. For example, nature photos have a positive effect on patients in hospitals and care facilities, improving their overall health and shortening their recovery time. Also, people with access to natural forms and textures show increased focus and productivity.
Periodically, we will be sharing tips and research that help you understand the advantages of owning powerful photography and how it can help you live a better life!
On June 30th 2015, Olga Khazan, a staff writer at The Atlantic, published an article about a research group from Stanford University that has studied the effect nature has reducing rumination. Rumination is a maladaptive pattern of self-referential thought that is associated with heightened risk for depression and other mental illnesses. To read more on this issue, go to the full article:
How Walking in Nature Prevents Depression.
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Javier Gil Vieco