I bet you've noticed that for the past few months all our channels including the lovely Community forums have been floated with some quirky photography style images, gifs, videos and so on. For some of these we have actually collaborated with you guys and that's why they're so ace. Together with you, we just do things better -it's no surprise!
The new photography style represents our Community, it represents how spirited and friendly we are. So here's a challenge. Put a big smile on your face, grab a phone or a camera, go out and create Vintage themed photography so we can potentially use them for some cool projects.
Assets we're looking for:
Have some fun ladies and gents!
Aggie, the giffgaff Content Coordinator
@aggy_agate It's great to see some interesting things going on sorrounding this section, I hope it becomes a success, I will put these couple of old house photos up I took these a while ago they maybe to old for the era your looking for but you most welcome to use them if they are of any use to you.
if I get some more I will post them up.
Thank you so much @premierphotosuk this is amazing! I'm so glad you guys are up for this.
If you have any old tech at parents house you can create something like this https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/
Think old cars, tech, furniture, architecture, clothing. We won't be able to use any images of people that haven't agreed to it but you can dress up someone who's happy to be in these pictures and is informed we might ask for a permission to use them on the site.
You can even play around with images of nature and give them that vintage look. Here's some inspiration https://uk.pinterest.com/explore/vintage-nature-ph
Just so you know I have updated the thread with some examples of what assets we're looking for. This might help a little.
I'm not sure if we can use any images with people but there's soooo much we can still do with other things. Literally, grab a cam and take pictures of old suff haha.
@aggy_agate Here is a set of old Butcher weigh scales from the 50/60s and couple of old classic rollers from a classic show I went too and taken a few years back on an old Samsung, your welcome to use these. I hope they will help.