90s

Kids Today Have No Idea How Much Work Taking Pictures Used To Be

Having your picture taken when you were a kid was a lot different than it is today. We didn't get to take simple selfies while looking at our expressions in a screen. We didn't get to take 100 pictures until it turned out right. We didn't even get to see what the pictures looked like FOR DAYS! Times have changed. Every kid has their own cellphone now, all of which are equipped with very fancy cameras. They can immediately see their pictures and delete, retake or post them where ever they want. It's a lot different from how we used

Retro

Did You Own A Polaroid Camera? You'll Want To Get This New Version

If you grew up in the 80s, your childhood photos are probably printed on the iconic squares that show they were taken by a Polaroid camera. Snapping a picture, taking it out of your camera, and shaking it until it developed was a ritual everyone learned, but Polaroid's instant cameras gradually became less popular. Today's cameras - and even our phones - take really great photos, but there was just something cool about taking a picture and watching it develop before your eyes. Fortunately, the company has introduced a new version of their classic product to celebrate their 80th anniversary