Definition - What does Phonetography mean?
Phonetography refers to photos taken with a mobile phone or smartphone. This type of photography has become more common as high-quality digital cameras have become standard on most mobile phones.
Techopedia explains Phonetography
In 2013, global shipments of digital cameras fell by 30 percent, largely as a result of the increasing quality of smartphone cameras. This shift is believed to have started with the release of the Apple iPhone 4 and 4S, the first smartphone able to produce photos rivaling a decent point-and-shoot camera.
The proliferation of photography apps also has helped spur a shift toward phonetography by allowing users to apply filters and personalize their photography.
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