Twenty years ago we took a photograph, had it printed, and kept it safe in an album we brought out once a year. Now we snap a photo, or more likely a dozen, share them online on the spot, and forget about them just as quickly.
Opportunities for photography are as common as a phone call, sometimes more so. In fact, I’ve now taken a hundred times more photos with my iPhone than I have taken phone calls. And I upgraded my last phone to improve my camera quality—not my phone quality.