Sadly, I’m unable to predict the future, but I’d simply say that the technical and technological tools available today allow for almost infinite creation and multiple ways of sharing and accessing content. Innovation is everywhere and photojournalism has to embrace this movement. In fact, it should rejoice in all this ongoing innovation! However, in these times of absolute immediacy and the continuous stream (of the truth and of untruths), the important thing is not the tool that is used but the information that it provides.
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