Technology has changed radically in the past few decades. And there’s no better representation than with the photos you take and save
Since digital photography is a huge industry, and the thought of not taking a selfie seems like a foreign concept, how did people before the invention of smartphones and the Internet share their photos?
Where did they display them or save them?
Displaying and saving your photos has changed drastically from the previous generation to the present day.
Here at Tekoia we like to look at how technology has changed. Whether it’s how appliances have changed or how the remote control became popular, we love to learn about how technology has improved over our lifespan.
Let’s take a crash course on the history of displaying – and saving – photos over the decades.
Remember Those Family Portraits?
If you were an 80’s child living in the US, then you can probably remember how every year you were dragged to Sears to take a family portrait. If you live in a different country you may have a local store or photographer who took your family portrait.
It wasn’t by any means something you look fondly back on – skin blemishes, unsightly 80’s style perms, or all the polyester – but you can appreciate the simplicity of it all.
Those portraits hung on your wall throughout your childhood. Good ol’ times eh?