In this article we attempt to delineate the field of snapshot photography as this practice shifts from primarily being a print-oriented to a transmission-oriented, screen-based experience. We observe how the alignment of the snapshot with the Internet results in the emergence of new photographies in which the photographic image interacts with established and experimental media forms—raising questions about the ways in which digital photography is framed institutionally and theoretically.
Rubinstein, Daniel, and Katrina Sluis. “A Life More Photographic: Mapping the Networked Image.” Photographies, vol. 1, no. 1 (March 2008): 9–28.