Robin Wong at 10:35, transcribed by myself:
“The content of photography itself has changed. Instead of the photographer taking a photograph of something else, they direct attention back to themselves. … Look at what all your friends are posting. It’s photographs of themselves, selfies, the vacation that they are taking, the food that they are eating, their pet cat….
Everything is about me, me, me, me, me. Photography has become a selfish, self-centric adventure. Photography is no longer about documentation, story telling, or about creating art. It’s all about shooting yourself, shooting your daily life, and trying to show the world how amazing your life is.
The use of a camera has become irrelevant. All you need is your smartphone.” Continue reading “Real Reasons Why The Camera Market Is Shrinking — Instead of photographing the world, it’s all about me, me, me…”