Somebody estimated 300 million pictures are made each day.
What does that mean?
Some thought that synthesizers would replace orchestras. Drum machines would antiquate real drums. Race cars replace…
The 300 million don’t want to make commercial photographs or have a professional career with all the responsibilities and headaches. The 300 million represent an audience of people who appreciate the power of photography – and want to play a part in creating that future – of photography and culture.
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