Since I started to become more involved in video, I haven’t done as much photography as I had previously but that doesn’t mean I’m ignoring photography, it’s just that I’m more on the lookout for ideas for video. That said, I’m still very much into keeping abreast of what’s happening in the photographic world, as story ideas do have a lot in common with what I want to cover in video. Often photography and video are quite complementary. But there is one thing I’ve become aware of, now that I’ve been more focussed on video and it’s what appears to be somewhat of a diminishing world of photography, somewhat akin to what I wrote about in the last photography frontier. Photography isn’t disappearing by any means, as more photographs are now taken every day than were perhaps taken in the first 100 years since photography was invented. In 2017, it was estimated that 1.2 trillion photographs were taken annually, mostly with mobile phones. What I mean is that photography seems to have become so pervasive that finding a way to make photographs stand out is becoming far more difficult than ever before.