• Diego LafuenteDiego Lafuente, over 4 years ago

    Modern photography is in crisis, or call it a disease. Cliches are only one of the symptoms

    The person who wrote this maybe has 26 years old. I've seen cliches all my life and I'm 41. There are, there were cliches and just because those things exist doesn't mean X is dying. People takes more photos now in a week than our entire classic photography history.

    7 points
  • Svetlana Babenko, over 4 years ago

    Come on. Don't compare Instagram photos and professional photography. These things are different.

    3 points
  • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, over 4 years ago

    call a medic

    2 points
  • Trev MorrisTrev Morris, over 4 years ago

    "Photography, gone in a flash?"

    1 point
  • Hüseyin YilmazHüseyin Yilmaz, over 4 years ago


    1 point
  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 4 years ago



    1 point
  • Tyson KingsburyTyson Kingsbury, over 4 years ago

    oh i dunno... my older brother does a fair bit of photography for events, weddings, concerts etc... He seems to be doing just fine. I think (at least for a long time to come) there will be a place for folks that are skilled at certain things, photography being a good example. I may have a decent camera on my phone, and occasionally get lucky with a decent shot, but my brother has the professional equipment and generally gets incredible shots WAY more frequently. At the end of the day, when it comes to shooting photos, i'm a hack, and he's a skilled professional with pro equipment. It makes a huge difference.

    1 point
  • Arthur Simon, over 4 years ago

    Everything eventually succumbs to entropy.

    0 points
  • Trev MorrisTrev Morris, over 4 years ago

    "Looks like it's time to close the shutter on this favourite past-time"

    0 points
  • Trev MorrisTrev Morris, over 4 years ago

    Interesting story. Looking forward to seeing how it develops.

    0 points
  • Jonathan Li, over 4 years ago

    Interesting point of view, but I think what we're seeing in photography also applies to any type of content in the digital space. Unless we revert back to analog methods of delivery, the nature of digital enables us to bend/distort reality.

    In addition to that, the only way we can be better equipped at deciphering what's real and what's not, is really up to humanity in being responsible; but even that is faulty at its core. The only real solution I see, is if there are plugins/tools/AI that augment our perception to help counteract these "deepfakes".

    0 points
  • Jared KrauseJared Krause, over 4 years ago

    RIP cameras

    0 points