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The snapshot is a concept in photography introduced by Eastman Kodak with their Brownie box camera in 1900: A casual photograph taken without any particular pre-arrangement, often of every day events.

The snapshot also plays a role as concept of artistic photography, see lomography.

In a general sense, snapshot has taken on the meaning of a glimpse of something.

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