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July 15, 2013 4:46 PM

Survey: More people want their pets in photos than their in-laws

Photo-focused social media sites and easy-to-use, inexpensive digital and cell phone cameras have certainly changed the way we take photos. When we were limited to 12 to 24 photos per roll of film, we were most likely to capture important family occasions and take posed photos where everyone said "cheese." Now, we can take as many photos as we want of a butterfly on a blade of grass or our dog sleeping on the sofa. Has technology just made it easier to shoot these less significant moments or have we actually changed our minds about what we want to see in our photos? A June survey commissioned by Skype and conducted online by Harris Interactive aimed to find out.

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