I got my first camera from my grandma when I was 9 years old. A special thing about taking photos back then was that the camera was analog. You really didn’t know what the pictures would look like until you had developed the film. That was a pretty nice thing.

In the beginning, however, I always managed to put a finger on the lens so 50% or more of the developed photos were all black or blurry.. I am very grateful today that my grandmother still continued to pay for developing the pictures despite that.

 Today I mostly take pictures with my iPhone 11 PRO, but I also have an Olympus PEN-F (digital) and a Canon (DSLR).

This is my interpretation of transition.