Vintageness

There’s something about the look and feel of something vintage that always grabs me. Maybe its the warmth of seeing something classic and familiar. Or the film grain or texture… those little imperfections that make the subject matter real and believable. I’ve always appreciated the technique but today it seems to be a common theme I’ve been running into. Here’s a few pieces that are brilliantly executed with pretty captivating subject matter.

Photographer James Whitmore from Stockholm, Sweden:
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Photographer Laura Makabresku from Cracow, Poland:
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And in film, by Greg Kadel Studios. New York I think…