It’s been so many months since the pandemic started, and there is still no end in sight. For now, the best way for us to protect ourselves and other people is to stay in our homes and avoid going out too much. The bad side here is that many people could not handle putting themselves in isolation for a very long time. We would need something worthwhile to do in our house, if you were not to meet our friends outside.
Some people take photos of their houses to practice their photography skill, which is a great way to let time pass. If you want to put a little twist into your photography project, you can use the power of the lens to take a trip back in time.
Yes, it would be as if you have entered a time machine and visit the yesteryears!
Re-Imagine Your House As If It Existed In The Early Centuries
Have you ever wonder what your house would look like if you live in the 18th century? This is where you can put your photography skills into good use. Of course, you have to do a little effort behind the camera to make your captures as believable as possible. If your house and the stuff inside it are kind of modern for your “travel back in time motif,” then you can remove some things from the background place something in to achieve that old, classic look.
Just like in every photography project that you may have done before, you have to visualize a nice concept in your head, then narrow it down further as to what subject you would like to capture. It could be a person sitting by the window, which is easier to capture a realistic 18th century vibe as you only have to prepare an applicable dress and other accessories for it.
There is nothing too hard or challenging if you think of photography as a great hobby. It is not only for the sake of improving your skill and gaining experience with the camera. It is about enjoying yourself and knowing just how much you can do when holding your camera.
You can be a little specific in your next sepia photography, like capturing people working at a storage in London back in the olden days. In this case, you need to do deeper research.