Vintage style photography has seen a surge in popularity among hobbyist photographers. And thanks to photography social networking sites like Flickr, sharing of photographs in the vintage style is easier than ever. Here’s how to do it.
Vintage clothes, furniture, toys and all sorts of other goods from times past are trending and oh-so-fashionable right now. Now that you know the basics, we’re going to focus on the business side of your vintage sales enterprise.
Anyone interested in vintage clothing can never miss thrift shopping. So whether you’re a casual thrifter or a wannabe expert, here’s your one-stop for everything you ever wanted to know about how to thrift store shop. Let’s take a look.
The word "retro" derives from the Latin prefix retro, meaning "backwards, or in past times". Retro style is style that is consciously derivative or imitative of trends, modes, fashions, or attitudes of the recent past, especially the 60s and 70s.
There is a reason the saying “when in doubt – overdress,” has stuck around as long as it has. Though it’s often assume this principle applies when venturing outside of your home, it applies in your home as well. Keep reading to see how.
Great photographs start with great light, especially in retro vintage photography. Wether it is mystical, daydreaming or stormy vibe. Having the right gear to make, shape, modify or otherwise change the light is key to making great photos.