Children begin to use smartphones each time earlier. In fact this device is a personal screen with access to the world, where they can play with whomever and see whatever they want without limits. In a way this autonomy implies a lack of control about contents and schedule, and parents should take part, because we are the ones who stablish the rules of the game.
When a video camera focuses the audience on a massive highlight at any concert, you can distinguish many arms holding smartphones and aiming to capture that magic moment. Is it worth recording it? Maybe you’d better enjoy real life, rather than through your camera!
Have you ever wondered if smartphones are killing the art of conversation? British photographer Babycakes Romero raises the question in his project ‘The Death of Conversation’.