It used to be that I bought a disposable camera when I had something important to do. A wedding, a Halloween party, etc. Then I got a digital camera in college, and brought it around to many more places. Today I am literally never without a camera, because it is my phone and my appendage. For others who carry their cameras like I do, I think the pictures aren’t just different in their appearance–we are also taking pictures of different things. When a camera is nearly seamlessly integrated into your normal waking life, the every-day image becomes a framed subject.