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Snapshot (photography)

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Snapshots render memorable moments in imperfect images. Here, glare exposes the photographer and implies a close and familiar relationship to the subject.
snapshot is a photograph that is "shot" spontaneously and quickly, most often without artistic or journalistic intent.
Snapshots are commonly technically "imperfect" or amateurish—out of focus or poorly framed or composed.
Common snapshot subjects include the events of everyday life, such as birthday parties and other celebrations, sunsets, children playing, group photos, pets, tourist attractions and the like.


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