Great Memories Captured on Film by J.Q. Rose
My Mom in 1958
But of course, the pictures had to be developed from the film. I never took many pictures because the film was expensive and many times when developed, there were only a few good ones. No digital photos that are free to take and easy to delete with no regrets.
How about those amazing Polaroid cameras that developed the photos right inside the camera. Pure magic to me. Do you remember the smell of those developed photos? How would you describe it?
Now with digital cameras, I am a picture-taking nut. I love photography. Not exactly an artist with it, but so much fun to capture simple every day scenes as well as big events.I just wonder if in the future, my kids and family will take time to open a digital file and look through those images of long ago. Not like I had to do when my mom passed away. I sifted through boxes and boxes of old photos and spent a wonderful time remembering those good old days with her and all the people on the developed film.