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Rise of the camera-phone photographer

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


Used to be when you wanted to "make a picture" (as they say down South) you had to send it in to be developed into a Space Station 13-type pod at the Kodak store or local pharmacy. That is, if you didn't have your own developing room, a pitch-black room illuminated with a scary red light and consumed with the smell of old bread and skunk pee.
But that's what it took to be a photographer, an art form that paid off big time in the form of magazines, posters and photo albums.
But with the rise of the do-it-all camera, photography is being set back a 100 years. Not only are people not interested in the "science" and "art" of photo-taking (quick, what does aperture mean?) but people are snapping photos with the phone in them.
It's become so common place that the art of photography as we know it is slowly dying. Curse you, Internet!

1 comments:

Ms. Bar B: said...

Lol. True. Seems like EVERYTHING as we know it is dying due to technology. Kinda makes the thought process behind the movie The Happening not so dumb after all.

January 20, 2010 at 10:09 PM
 

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