What vintage means to me – photographers
In the third and final instalment of our series in which vintage-loving creatives share with us what vintage means to them, photographers let us see life through their lens. What does vintage mean to you? Let us know by leaving a comment or tweeting @vintagebrighton.
“Vintage is a piece which is full of memories and has all those elements of a timeless, classic style; something that will always be loved.” Joan Haywood @ www.darkbeforemidnight.tumblr.com
“Being an analogue photographer, the majority of my cameras are old and produce images which are often described as ‘vintage’. Vintage to many people means old – the product of an age gone by. Vintage to me just reflects a style. I can take a photo and without the aid of photoshop or any app can make it appear of ‘days gone by’. For most people thinking of the past involves thinking of happy childhood memories. Perhaps when people apply vintage to their dress sense or their design it too, in some way, is a subconscious effort to keep memories alive.” Tom Welland @ www.honeyroasthoax.wordpress.com
“When I think of ‘vintage’, I think of the seasons. I think of beauty.” Nicolette Clara Iles @ www.nicoletteclara.co.uk
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