There’s a truth we all have to face when we become photographers; there’s a lot of us.
It used to be that image making was reserved for a small few who possessed the patience, technical skill, and funds to purchase film, large view cameras, chemicals, and everything else that goes along with making and developing analog film. The advancing of technology has been steadily chipping away at those barriers year after year.
Photos are Everywhere
We now live in a world where photography has never been more accessible not just to photographers, but to the masses. Cell phones can now take some pretty darn amazing shots, even stitching together panoramas in seconds. Point & Shoot cameras are evolving and becoming ever more capable. Additionally, I argue that photography has never experienced more of a duality either; it’s never been more loved at the same time that it’s never been more…
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