ONE OF THE LINGERING memories I take from the most recent family funeral is the total absence of compact cameras. Not one of the 200 people attending the funeral in Dublin had a small film camera. I counted six digital cameras at the event and every one of them was a cameraphone. Back in 2002, at another family funeral, several people snapped shots with disposable cameras and only myself and another guy used cameraphones. The fact that cameraphones are the tool of choice puts to the mainstream effect of this technology. It also brings into focus how the images are most commonly shared--you have to look at small screens to see the results. In the grandmother's case, that means having access to a magnifying glass (see photo at left). We're compensating by printing some of the favourite shots in 4x6 format for easier review. We're also producing auto-running slide shows on DVDs because most of our cameraphone shots are taken between 5 MP and 8 MP resolution and they look fine on 32" television screens.