We are all photographers now. Snapping and snapping away, in public and private, we shoot mundane and standardized images we would never have bothered to take just a few years ago: photos of foamed milk on coffee, or of ourselves half-drunk in bathroom mirrors. At parties the guests are now their own paparazzi. Beyoncé herself has to yell at her audience to "put that damn camera down" and pay attention to her performance. People are taking photos in church, in courtrooms, in the voting booth for goodness' sake.
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