From Enhanced Camera Goggles to Printable GIF Platforms

By: Katherine Pendrill - Mar 18, 2016
As the March 2016 photography trends reveal, there is a significant shift in the way that consumers are taking pictures, as well as how they are storing their photos. Not only are consumers moving away from traditional cameras, but they are also seeking out more creative ways to preserve their images.

Although digital cameras remain a popular photography solution, active consumers are increasingly looking for more robust devices that will stand up to their energetic lifestyle. For example, many companies are integrating cameras into existing equipment such as helmets and goggles, in order to help consumers capture images on the go. There are also many action cameras that are small and durable enough for sports such as skiing, surfing and mountain climbing.

Beyond the changes in the way consumers are taking photos, the March 2016 photography trends also reveal a change in how consumers are tending to their pictures after the fact. In terms of storage, many people are seeking out applications such as Polaroid Blipfoto, which allow them to organize and curate their images. As far as printing, there is a demand for more creative printing options such as making sticker books or even holographic GIFs.