From social media to smartphones, the technological landscape has changed beyond recognition over the past decade. But which of these developments has had the biggest impact on photography?
We spoke to leading photojournalists – Francis Kohn, Ilvy Njiokiktjien, Pascal Maitre, Anush Babajanyan, Laura Morton and Daniel Etter – at Visa pour l'Image in Perpignan, France, asking them what has made the most difference to their working lives.
"You can shoot practically in the dark now, which helped on my Wild West Tech project on the startup technology industry. I wanted to keep the atmosphere of fluorescent lights in a bad office, so I didn’t use flash, just the glow off people's screens," said Laura.
"A lot of that project was shot on the Canon EOS R. Another great thing about this camera is that it’s so small and compact. In my current project, University Avenue, having a small camera put people at ease and made them a little bit more comfortable."
"I finished school in 2009, which was around the time the Canon EOS 5D Mark II was released, and that was a big change. It was one of the first affordable full-frame cameras with the ability to make videos, and that was a big paradigm shift," said Daniel.
"Now we are seeing the shift from DSLRs to mirrorless cameras, which are now technologically on par. I've completely shifted from a DSLR to only using the Canon EOS R. It is much smaller and much lighter. Now I can take my camera everywhere."