The electromagnetic field is generated from the co-existing electromagnetic force field along with the magnetic field and is a term used to describe the energy stored in electromagnetic space, whether it be in physical objects, such as metal objects, or even in our bodies, even just in the vacuum or air.
The electromagnetic field may be the state of energy in the space around electric charges. It is which is seen as a two vector variables which can be: The electric field strength and magnetic field strength. Electric field is generated with the interaction of electrically charged objects. A magnetic field could be observed around charges that are moving (i.e. producing the electric current) or on permanent magnets. Static fields, magnetostatic or electrostatic, are formed around stationary charges or those who move in a static fashion (dc). Electromagnetic radiation is made by interconnected, alternating high-frequency electric and magnetic fields that travel within an atmosphere with the velocity of sunshine.