The world is becoming increasingly diverse as a result of digital photography, but children are still the most photographed children.
Photojournalists say this trend reflects the fact that they are more exposed to their images than adults.
A growing number of young people are turning to digital photography as their only way of capturing the images they need to see in their daily lives, and many of the most beautiful images of their childhood are being captured.
The trend, dubbed photojournalism, began to take off in the 1980s, with young photographers using a variety of cameras, from cameras that were affordable and easy to use to newer models that were capable of capturing more complex images.
“When you look at photos from the 70s and 80s, you’re seeing images of babies and toddlers,” said Peter Clements, who edits the photography blog, The Clements Gallery.
“You’re seeing those kinds of photos.
Now we’re seeing photos of children.
I think the younger generation is a little bit more likely to have access to digital media.
I think that there’s a certain nostalgia to the old-fashioned ways of photography.”
In a recent survey of more than 10,000 children by the Pew Research Center, nearly one-third of children aged 10 to 17 said they had used a digital camera as a child.
That compares with about one-fifth of adults.
“Kids are really interested in what they’re seeing, and that’s the thing that really gets them excited about what’s going on in their world,” said Katie O’Hara, a photographer who writes about the subject for her website, The Young Photographer’s Gallery.
In an interview with The New York Times, Clements said that digital photography is “more accessible and affordable than what we had before.”
The growth of digital cameras has made it possible for young people to capture images they never would have been able to capture on a film or a digital medium.
“They’re more likely now to be able to see images that are captured on a computer and that they can use to capture a photo,” Clements told the Times.
Clements’ own family has been a photographer for 25 years.
“My husband, Joe, was always very interested in photography and he would go out and shoot,” he said.
“The kids were always very excited to see him.
And I just loved how he took photos.
I was always so fascinated with it.”
Photographers have become a popular profession for those who have an interest in making a living, according to the National Association of Photographers.
The association said it had more than 5,000 members in 2015, and about 3,600 in 2017.
Some of the photos in this gallery were taken by children.
The trend is not just a trend among photographers, said Daniel Gagnon, an assistant professor of photography at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
“It’s a trend with people who don’t necessarily have an artistic background.
They’re just trying to get a job, a shot at a career,” he told NPR.
“I think it’s really good for children.”
Clements said his family is happy with the work they are doing.
“When we get a picture, I’m not just going to sit there and let it go.
I’m going to take it and make sure that I get it,” he joked.
“That’s what we’re really good at.”