June 29 of this year will mark the ten-year anniversary of the iPhone's introduction to the world. It has, for better or worse, revolutionized many things about modern life, including how we document it through photos. Here's how the landscape has changed and will continue to evolve.
I'd be lying if I said my iPhone wasn't an integral part of my life. In particular, having a capable camera that so easily integrates with messaging and social media platforms in my pocket at all times eventually made me sell my point and shoot. Some see it as great, some see it as a threat to the industry. Regardless of where you stand, there's no denying the influence mobile phones have had on the market. Take a look at this infographic from Shutterstock for more:
iPhone 10th Anniversary: How the iPhone Changed Visual Communication
I have to admit that even I was surprised to see that Shutterstock features over one million stock images taken on a phone. If anything, it just reconfirms that the iPhone and its counterparts will continue to make inroads in the professional space, and the landscape will continue to evolve. Do you use your phone professionally? Tell us about it in the comments.
[via The Shutterstock Blog]