That was a good time to be alive! People didn’t need 100 pictures from a single event taken from every conceivable angle and pose… People didn’t waste film taking pictures of their food!! (Maybe one shot of the food at a wedding)...The pictures actually had more character because some of them were off frame a little bit...and the pictures you took meant a lot more because there were fewer of them.
@Malice211, you had 10 pics available to take. Better make them worth it. Unlike today where you have 10 terabytes of data solely for selfies and food porn
@Malice211, the struggle was real
And you had to send nudes by mail!
@BearDaniels, nope, you actually went to see the person and got actually nude and had actual sex!
I was just telling my kids about these!
And having your pics viewed by a minimum-wage employee and reported for being “graphically obscene.” That would probably suck.
Yeah but what we have is factually superior so we’re not missing much
Back then if you took a selfie, the only thing you didn't like about it was the flash made your eyes look red.
That's why pictures then were so good. We spent the extra time to get a perfect shot. More thought was put into the shot. Now we have cameras on phones...not the same.
Innovation has made it so I don't have to wait to develop my selfies to realize I hate 39 out of 40 of them....and there's no paper trail of evidence.
A ton? You mean ~30 with no way of reviewing them so inevitably you ended up with 'test' pictures of your feet or the image blurred.
This is going to my cringe collection