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By: nicholas jones - Published: Apr 12, 2008   Updated: May 16 2011 • References: linkinn
Life moves too fast for us to notice our surroundings. Accordingly, frozen-in-time photography slows us down to appreciate the moment.

The rise in high speed digital photography enables this style of photography more now than ever before.

One of the most interesting aspects of these photos is that they make you sit back and wonder about the storyboard and context.

Implications - Since digital cameras are becoming cheaper and cheaper, artists, consumers and advertisers alike are experimenting with the use of digital photography in order to raise the innovation. The photography industry may no longer wish to emphasize how inexpensive their camera product is, but rather, how it can do avant-garde tricks that will set the consumer's photography apart. Stats for Frozen-in-Time Photography Trending: Older & Average
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