In the early 2000s, a handful of photojournalists and photographers were among the first to capture the digital moment.
At the time, there was still a very real and tangible link between the camera and the photographer.
But by 2013, digital photography had evolved to the point where it was increasingly impossible to capture a meaningful image without using a smartphone.
In 2017, this digital divide was made even more apparent when Google announced its $3 billion acquisition of Instagram.
The move made it easy for Instagram to merge with the larger photo sharing service Snapchat, and the digital photo-sharing app began to take the shape-oriented form of what we now know as photojournalism.
The digital revolution and its accompanying explosion of innovation were the result of a convergence of three key factors: the rise of mobile, the rise in connectivity and the growing importance of the smartphone.
A mobile phone is a powerful, ubiquitous device that allows us to share and capture the moments of our lives.
It’s also a camera, and it’s capable of capturing and storing images, videos and other data for us to access at a later time.
With the rise and fall of digital photography, these two elements were at the center of the digital landscape.
The mobile phone and its social media presence have allowed for a digital lens to capture all of our moments, from our everyday lives to our creative endeavors.
The emergence of a smartphone camera, the emergence of social media and the rise to power of Google have changed the way we view our digital image, and those images have become more and more personal.
While some photographers still rely on their smartphones for their work, others have embraced digital photography and have started experimenting with the possibilities of capturing their images with a smartphone, a camera and a smartphone that can be easily customized to capture any moment.
A few of these photographers, like the photographer who was recently honored by Time Magazine with its 2016 Person of the Year award, have taken their digital photographs to places like the Oscars, The White House and the White House Garden.
Here are 10 of the most memorable digital photos of the year.
The Photographer and the Camera The photographer was a member of the Gettysburg College football team and spent his early days at Gettysburg Park.
The Gettysburg School photographer in particular was known for his close attention to detail.
During the Civil War, he was one of the first students to get the new rifle he would later use to shoot the Union troops as they crossed the battlefields.
As a student, he would have his portraits taken and then taken the photos later that day to create a large print of his picture.
The photographer also used the opportunity to make friends with many of the soldiers and their families.
He would pose with the soldiers at the battlefield and later ask them to take pictures of their family.
The young photographer and his family spent time at Gettys estate during the war and during the Civil Rights Movement, and he was part of a group of photographers who captured images of the National Guard soldiers in the streets of Washington during the early days of the movement.
The image is one of a young man and his father standing near a Union flag on a hillside during the civil rights protests.
The Photography of the Moment In 2015, the photographer was honored with a National Medal of Arts for his photographs of the Women’s March on Washington.
He also shot a series of portraits of some of the women who attended the March and the President of the United States at his inauguration.
He took his portraits of the President with a Nikon D800 and a Nikon 50mm f/2.8.
The images of Trump in a hat, shirt, sunglasses and a tie were captured in an image that was published by Time magazine.
The photograph was shared widely on social media.
The President’s photograph, captured by the photographer, became a favorite of the president’s staff as he was known to use it in briefings and press conferences.
The photo was also featured on Time’s cover of the magazine.
In another image, Trump holds up the Medal of Freedom while wearing a cap and tie, his wife Melania holds the medal in her hand, and a young girl stands with her hands in the air.
Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner are seen on a photo by the family.
In one image, the President and First Lady embrace at the end of their first official meeting, while Trump’s wife, Melania, is wearing a gold star, a symbol of the nation’s military honor.
A photograph of the family celebrating Trump’s inauguration in Washington, D.C. in 2017.
The photographers life was captured by their smartphones.
A lot of the time they were shooting the President’s inauguration, and they were also photographing his family.
They captured this photo in the Oval Office, and that was the moment they first noticed the cameras presence.
The photographs of President Trump and his wife were shared widely across social media sites, including Facebook and Instagram.
These images are also seen in several of the