When I was 10 years old, I went on a tour with my family to Sringeri, Hornadu and Kudremukh which are situated around Chikmagalur. We also stopped by a tea estate in between our journey. My cousin had also accompanied us since it was summer vacation. If you were born in the 90s, I’m sure you know what a film camera is. Digital cameras have obviously made our lives easy. You can zoom in, zoom out, check the aperture, and boom, anybody can be a photographer but back then, a Kodak 35mm film camera was our most prized possession. It was a week-long tour and we clicked a bunch of exciting pictures with our Kodak camera. Have a look!
This is me and my cousin (If you can even see 🤦). We had a lengthy discussion before clicking this picture. “How do we stand?” “What kind of a pose do we strike” and look at the outcome! HUH 😐
My mom was a bit hesitant to climb up there and shy to click a couple picture but we somehow convinced her. Such a cute picture! If only you could see!
While leaving, we decided to click a picture with the beautiful carvings. I can’t even figure out which one is me and which one is my cousin. Can you guess? 🧐
Picture with family is a must! We remember clearing out the crowd just like we do in our shootings. Look at how the picture turned out! Anybody can claim this is their family and nobody would know. You cannot identify who is in the picture unless you zoom in or know who the person is!
Thanks to the invention of digital cameras, instant cameras, and cameras in our mobile phones, we can now see instant results and will not have to wait until the pictures were processed. I remember how excited we were to see the pictures and it all went in vain, but never mind, we at least have something we can look back to and smile! 😊