Film Photography Projects:

Ghosts and the Aesthetic of the Past

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Published by:
Ted Vieira
Square / 8" x 8"
74 pages Perfect-bound
black and white photography, classic cars, Film photography, Nelson Nevada, Nevada

There are many times when I will think to myself, “I believe I was born about 50 years too late.” Don’t get me wrong; it’s not that I don’t appreciate the times that I do live in and the things that exist today that weren’t even thought of back in the mid-twentieth century.

But when it comes to music, photography, style, aesthetics and craftsmanship… man, there is something to be said for the way we used to do things.

When I refer to Ghosts I’m speaking of the souls of these beautiful automobiles who are far past their prime. I’m also referring to all of the past drivers and passengers who drove, rode and had adventures in these cars and trucks. What did they look like; what were their clothes like; what did they see; where did they go; what all did they do in these cars…

This book is dedicated to these Ghosts and inspired by that aesthetic; that style; that pride in craftsmanship.

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