Not so sure I’d recognise vintage if it jumps in my face, that’s why I give you some photos of my past life with my past dog in my past country taken with my past camera.
Before buying my first (I should ADD: digital) camera I did plenty of online research. I was such a newbie that I had to study everything from zero. Not that now I know much more, but I was all in favour of taking care I had manual settings – as IF I used them much. I mean, I did use them but the results were inferior to the auto mode.
Anyway, the choice fell on a Canon Powershot and I was using it happily for about ten years until I was gifted the one I use now, a Nikon point-and-shoot. The difference is drastic, mostly in the zoom and focus department. But, I’m certain manual settings were more advanced in the case of Canon. The two modes I use most often now with my Nikon are Auto and Easy Auto. 😀
These were taken with my Canon about ten years ago. I wonder if that qualifies as vintage. First four were taken in the woods around Tivoli Hall in Ljubljana, where I walked our first dog Žak daily. I also wonder if the dilapidated building in the first photo, former hotel Bellevue, still stands or is maybe even renovated. I remember having a meal there with my parents and grandparents a long time ago.
The last two are from Piran on Slovenian coast. I guess vintage is in the air there. And such a tough choice at those doors there.
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