I fall into the two or three photos per month, usually food photos that never gets further than Google Map reviews, although I do occasionally upload to my personal Instagram account quality photos like this:
I’ve printed out my own smartphone photos exactly once; it was for my father-in-law’s funeral, and rather than pay 30,000 yen or so for a professional memorial photo for him, we found one on my smartphone and I printed it off at a nearby convenience store for the grand total of 50 yen, and framed it in a photo frame we found lying about his flat…
Q1: Which of the following photographic devices do you have? (Sample size=2,000, multiple answer)
Compact digitial camera
Digital SLR, mirrorless SLR
Q2: Do you take at least one photo per week on the photographic devices you have? (Sample size differs by device)
Take weekly photos
Feature phone N=287
Instant camera N=136
Film camera N=154
Digital SLR, mirrorless SLR N=325
Compact digitial camera N=848
Q3: Where do you save the photos you take on smartphones? (Sample size=1,717, multiple answer)
PC hard disk, external disk
Picture saving application
Q4: How many photos do you have saved on each device? (Sample size differs by device)
PC hard disk, external disk N=510
Smartphone itself N=1,536
CD-ROM, DVD-ROM N=234
SD card N=561
Picture saving application N=210
The following question was answered by the 1,717 people who answered in an unreported question that they took at least two or three smartphone photos per month. Note that from these 1,717 people 800 were chosen to answer the questions from Q6 onwards.
Q5: Have you ever printed smartphone pictures? (Sample size=1,717)
I’m not quite sure how this sample size is 357; it should be 533, I think.
Q8SQ: How do you tidy up your photos? (Sample size=357, multiple answer)
Delete unneeded data
Keep only the good ones from a batch of similar photos
Move photos to somewhere with more space
Move important photos to a more permanent location
Print out photos and delete the data
Between the 5th and 7th of February 2021 2,000 members of the MMD Labo monitor group aged between 15 and 69 years old completed a private internet-based questionnaire. Furthermore, from Q6 onwards, 800 people from the original sample who took at least two or three smartphone photos per week were chosen for further questions.
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