Today we take photos for granted. They are our memories of holidays and parties, of people and places. An explosion of cameras and places to share them (Facebook, twitter, instagram) means that our lives today are documented, not by an occasional oxidizing of silver halide but constantly recorded with GPS coordinates and time stamps. However it hasn’t always been like this - the oldest photograph is less than 200 years old.

Infográfico das maiores bibliotecas de fotografias (Fonte:1000memories)

Infográfico das maiores bibliotecas de fotografias (Fonte:1000memories)

So how many “Kodak memories” has humanity recorded? How fast are we snapping photos today? And how many of these treasured memories are confined to our shoeboxes as lost relics of a pre-digital era?


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