I liked the idea of maps, travel and cameras.I thought they went well together.
This one shows one of my favorite photos I took of my daughter and grandson 2 summers ago. Just add your old photo to the flash holder of a vintage camera. (You may have to add weight to the interior to prevent tippage)
These are a few I was listing or will be listing today. The first couple are box cameras from the 1930's-40's.
I like the old deco style graphics on these! You could also add small frames to the sides of these for unique 3D photo displays. The interior also makes for a cool trinket box and I have also seen these upcycled into junk robot bodies! I also had one I added a handle to and used as a small purse. Vintage camera cases that come with some of these also make great repurposed purses!
I listed some antique cameras too. These old folding cameras are so intriguing to me!
Photography used to be such a "process" ..yes..that was a photography pun..sorry!
This one apparently used film or plates.
Most antique cameras are suprisingly affordable and would make an awesome display with vintage family photos! I felt a bit odd taking pictures of cameras with my digital camera..you've come a long way baby! When I picked up my camera, it felt so light I thought I had forgotten to put batteries in it!
My "photography assistant" my 3 yr old grandson Hunter decided we needed to "color" these in editing.
Suprisingly it was fun and cool effects resulted!
I think I may print these first 4 for a Warhol-esque "homage".
I love this one!
Three year olds have great ideas!