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Tiny Photos, Big Picture

by Designer at Independent on Oct 16, 2008

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Note: the email in this presentation no longer works. I can be reached at jmk (at) unraveled.com. ...

Note: the email in this presentation no longer works. I can be reached at jmk (at) unraveled.com.

Digital cameras continue to enable mass photo capturing and sharing. And now, an ever increasing number of people have cameraphones: always on, always with you, and continuously connected to billions of other mobile devices and personal computers all over the world, allowing us to communicate in new and empowering ways, leading to a shift in our social culture. I’ll discuss the evolution of photography from photographs of record to streams of consciousness, the current and emerging tools for sharing cameraphone photography and new directions for pervasive image capturing and sharing.

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  • joshuakaufman Joshua Kaufman, Designer at Independent Three years later, my thoughts on the 'New Directions' I included at the end:
    1. Empower the now in your designs. Still important and outside of Twitter/Twitpic, not many services do this well. Instagram is an emerging contender for real-time photo sharing.
    2. Create new ways to visualize photos. Humans are capable of absorbing vast amounts of visual information, and we have barely scratched the surface in terms of existing services.
    3. Improve context recognition. This is happening more with geo-aware services such as Flickr and the ability to check-in to Foursquare when posting to Instagram. The next step is to be able to show people within and around photos when they were taken.
    4. Let cameraphone images be cameraphone images. Instagram makes a case for instant filters that make ordinary photos look extraordinary, but this is still an emerging trend.
    5. Take more photos with your cameraphone. Yes please.
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