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Digital Photography: Smartphones Eating Digital Cameras Lunch – Infographic

the-rise-of-smartphones-over-digital-cameras_51eec9a13c924Smartphones and tablets are now almost in every household, and they are often even replacing traditional desktops or, even more surprisingly, digital camera. This trend will only continue to grow and cause a bigger dent in the market that companies like Olympus or Cannon had.

So if you’re interested to see just how much damage the smartphone companies caused in term of profits for camera makers, here is an nice infographic that puts things into perspective.

Source: BestChoiceReviews

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New York City Impressions – Dumbo With Manhattan Bridge

MBridge 35ba191acd1c11e29aee22000a9f38e6_7New York City Impressions | Dumbo With Manhattan Bridge | Photo taken with an iPhone 4S and edited with BeFunky and Instagram filters. To see more photos, please visit us on Instagram.

New York City Impressions – Chinatown

Chinatown 8948542822_772d196483_oNew York City Impressions | Chinatown | Photo taken with iPhone 4S and edited with BeFunky and Instagram filters. For more photos visit Instagram

Digital Photography: A Snapshot – Infographic

Do you ever wonder what kinds of cameras we are using to take photos of our children or capture them playing sports, or even to take pictures of our food? Here’s what types of cameras Americans are using to capture digital images: Continue reading

New York City Impressions – Skyline, Downtown From Brooklyn Bridge Park

NYC Skyline Red fab5b6dcc14d11e2b05122000a1f92cb_7New York City Impressions – Skyline, Downtown. Picture taken from Brooklyn Bridge Park with iPhone 4 S. Edited with BeFunky and Instagram filters. To see more pictures, visit us on Instagram.

The Mobile Photo Explosion – Infographic

Photography experienced something of a renaissance when smartphones came along. Far from being dead, apps such as Instagram rejuvenated the artform.

An infographic by Overgram [iTunes link], an app that adds text to Instagram photos, details the evolution of photography from its birth in 1826 to modern-day usage on social networks.

Some interesting tidbits include: Facebook has 10,000 times more photos than the Library of Congress, photos make up 42% of posts on Tumblr and 741 million mobile phones worldwide have “some type of photo capability.” For more on the history of photography, check out the entire infographic, below.

What do you use to take photos? Tell us in the comments below.

Source: Mashable.com

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