1949 or 2009?

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  1. Flower Child

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    2009. They did not have digital cameras back then and that sure does not look like film to me :)

    Allan
     
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    Also looks like PVC fence boards or really perfect wood boards!
     
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    I have a stupid annoying "Lensbaby" pop-up in the middle of myscreen. Those didn't even exist in 1949.

    lol.
     
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    howd you know :D haha, yeah i knew people would know it was 2009 but i was really happy how the picture turned out so old looking

    haha, yeah that is some good quality wood ;)

    haha
     
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    If you shoot at a higher ISO it would give you more of a grainy look, that might help it look a bit older, a non photographer would probably mastake the noise for grain, but we would catch it in a second.
     
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    Old barns are just so charming. They always have so much character.
     

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