You probably grasp the difference between a photograph and snapshot, but did you ever wonder what is the exact difference and who coined the word snapshot? Keep reading to find it out.
The concept of snapshot was introduced in 1900 by Kodak after the launch of mass-produced Brownie box cameras. It's thought to be a photograph that was taken with no artistic intent and most often out-of-focus, with poor composition, and no framing in order to capture memorable moments of everyday life.
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