In the world of digital photography, we like to focus on everything that’s wonderful and new. After all, who wants to remember what digital photos looked like when a megapixel or two was all we could manage? But of course, that doesn’t mean we can’t take inspiration from the past.
One photographer on Reddit came up with a pretty brilliant idea. The user, who goes by Mfah, picked up an old window at a flea market and used it as a photo frame. The end result is a rustic looking frame that holds six pictures.
Another user, The Contrarian, used half of a French door to achieve a similar effect. The door hangs horizontally in the room with pictures behind each piece of glass. It’s a really nice look.