You yourself started the countdown a few weeks before when you posted on Facebook, “I’ve got my tickets to Bali!” When the day came, Facebook geo-localized you at the airport. And where there’s vacation, there’s vacation photos. In the 1980s, Richard Chalfen, a professor of anthropology at Temple University in Philadelphia, coined the term “Kodak culture” to describe how photography (these were the days of film cameras) is a means to capture important events like marriages, births and travel
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