Recently, i've been very interested in computational photography. I think that in the same way that the advent of mobile over the past 10 years has given billions of people the ability to film the world around them, the next 10 years may be partially defined by how technology allows users to both capture and improve the surrounding aesthetic (i.e. AR, computational photography). Given this, I've been taking pictures not of what I find interesting, but of what I think Google photo's automatic filtering tools and ML based effects filter will have the most impact on. My favorite blog post about the subject is here.