Electronic photography, also known as digital photography, is a form of photography that uses electronic sensors to capture images instead of traditional film. In electronic photography, light enters the camera through the lens and is then focused onto an image sensor, which converts the light into an electronic signal. The electronic signal is then processed by the camera's internal electronics and stored as a digital file. This digital file can be viewed on the camera's LCD screen, transferred to a computer or other digital device, and edited or manipulated using various software programs. Overall, electronic photography has revolutionized the field of photography, making it more accessible, versatile, and convenient. It has become the dominant form of photography in the modern era, replacing film for most practical purposes.