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Casual, distant, aesthetically limited: 5 ways smartphone photography is changing how we see the world

By T.J. Thomson, Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication & Digital Media, RMIT University
Shehab Uddin, Programme Director, Higher Degree Research, Pathshala South Asian Media Institute
Smartphones are a staple of modern life and are changing how we see the world and show it to others. Almost 90% of Aussies own one, and we spend an average of 5.6 hours using them each day. Smartphones are also responsible for more than 90% of all the photographsThe Conversation

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