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vintage camera display

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this is my collection of vintage cameras on display in my living room.

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  1. Erin Eli 63 months ago | reply

    Hell yeah.. I may have to copy this idea someday. It's much cooler than them all being clustered on a shelf.

  2. Hyun.Jung.KIM 63 months ago | reply

    wow~~~very nice~~~~

  3. ♥Dafne♥ 63 months ago | reply


  4. stephanie sperber 63 months ago | reply

    What a good idea. I'll be buying about 7 of them in the morning for display, but I am still not fully decided on how to display them.

  5. Oeil Photography 60 months ago | reply

    i found u today.... enjoying ur blog right now

  6. ads.. [deleted] 53 months ago | reply

    this is awesome.

    i hope you don't mind if i copy your idea :)

  7. fizzfotoz 47 months ago | reply

    This is coolness.

  8. kay jay. 43 months ago | reply

    But how are they stuck on the wall?

  9. TIM MELIDEO PHOTOGRAPHY 43 months ago | reply

    The lighter ones have velcro, the heavier ones have velcro and are supported by fishing line.

  10. michel feist 43 months ago | reply

    what a great idea!

  11. m matthys 42 months ago | reply

    This is so cool...

  12. mealybw1010 42 months ago | reply

    absolutely love this!!!!

  13. rilo.billy 38 months ago | reply

    I love this idea.
    I would imagine that you dont use these often if ever.
    What advice do you have for displaying your cameras that you actually use. I have a bunch of old polaroid cameras and such that I'l like to display in a creative way but I'd still want them to be easily accessible.

  14. alucamati [deleted] 26 months ago | reply

    Preciosa Fotografía!!- Precious photo!!
    Estás invitado a subir tu foto a: -You are invited to post your photo to:
    camaras Antiguas

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