Saturday, January 30, 2016

How casual photography has changed

There was a time when before you took a photograph, you considered how many frames were left on your roll of film in the camera. The closer you were to the end of the roll, the more you chose carefully whether to take the picture. That's because once the roll was full, you had to get it developed and prints made. That cost a bloody fortune.

Now, we take pictures at a whim. Even before a whim. Taking pictures is now second nature.

Imagine someone from the 70s looking at all your pictures. This is me. This too. Also me. My cat. Cat again. Food. More food. Still food......

1 comment:

Jim said...

Isnt technology awesome :)