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End of a Vision

14 Jul 2022 10:20AM   Views : 448 Unique : 235


You can literally count through the years with this shelving unit in Camden market. All of the different styles of cameras/lenses and the unorganised, organised system for presenting them to potential customers really caught my eye. A bit of nostalgia in one shot... A simply crop was all I did here but the image is a little noisy as light levels were low and so the Google Pixel had to work a bit harder.

Cameras looked so much cooler back in the day!

Tags: Cameras Vintage Camden market

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Robert51 14 12 142 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2022 10:59AM
The older you get, the further back you can remember (upto a point). Each camera a different time space in your life. Everyone bringing that joy when you first press that shutter, until time moves on for the next change.
It's one of those things that never changes, but learning where all the menus are just takes a lot longer now...

Great shot...

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