Smokers are already turning to photoshoots to capture a glimpse of their favorite places and activities.
A recent study by a US company called Smoke Photography, which is based in Portland, Oregon, showed that smokers are using photography to capture moments that will be of utmost importance in the next few years.
The study, which was published by the Journal of Photographic Education, found that about 80% of smokers had taken pictures of events like weddings and funerals, which were the most important moments for them to capture.
In addition, smokers were using photos to show off their hobbies, like making pottery, and to showcase their homes, like their outdoor garden or their backyard.
The researchers found that more than 80% used a professional-grade professional camera, like one with a flash or a macro lens, to capture their images.
And a lot of these photos are extremely professional.
Some images were even taken with professional lighting and the best quality digital cameras.
In one of the images, the smoker is holding a pottery bowl and in another, the smoking area is decorated with flowers.
Smokers who shoot these photos in a hotel or in a restaurant often find themselves sharing a selfie with their loved ones.
“A lot of smokers are starting to realize that the next-generation products and technology, which has a huge impact on their lives, are very powerful,” says study author and photographer Jessica Bieler, who teaches photography at the University of Portland.
The company Smoke, which specializes in high-quality professional lighting, has a large online presence.
But Bielers hopes that her research will help other people to learn how to shoot their best moments with high-end professional photography.
“We hope to inspire other people, particularly young smokers, to learn the power of professional photography,” she says.