Recently, I was at an old farm that has been re-purposed into a perennial flower center. All flowers are grown on the property which make them about the newest things you’ll find there. The “old” concept works well when associated with black and white (or monochrome) images, so I decided this photo tip would be how to shoot subjects that are older than you. For comparison, take the shot in color, then convert to mono when you’re back at the ole computer if you can’t shoot directly in b+w.
Depending on the subject, the term “old” can have different definitions as these call boxes denote. Age can be a relative term that’s determined by time.