The habit of making photographs of the environment -for instance on vacation- in stead of looking at the environment itself without the mediator of the camera. The environment itself has become secondary; making pictures of it has become primary.

“John, why don’t you just leave your camera home when we go to Marroco? You can also enjoy the nature directly, without looking through the camera darling.” It seems you suffer from Kodakomania

“You have been back from vacation only 4 days. Why are you going on vacation again? Well, I did’t run out of my pictures yet".
作者 Ronald R.J. Cools 2007年12月15日

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