In the readers comments of the Financial Times yesterday, I was struck by one commenting on the fate of Kodak that contrasted in the commenter's mind the pictures that were taken in the past as 'photographs as memories' to the instant sharing of experiences and travels that happen now in the electronic age.
The Peruvian photo journal of my fellow french expat Bea illustrates the latter point.
Does it mean that we do not take family pictures anymore though?
Feel free to share your thoughts.
The FT Reader that I quoted was Kamal A.Munir of the Judge Business School in Cambridge (UK).