"Before the age of digital cameras, there was some actual money involved when deciding to take a photo. There was the cost of the film roll and also cost of developing your film and getting prints at the store (more if you picked Double Prints!). Now there is relatively no cost at all (aside from the cost of your camera + memory card) and you can take (and delete) as many pictures as you want as long as it fits on your memory card. So what kind of pictures did I take in the past that were worthy of being developed? I can’t remember… but I’m sure it’s not these. I have 3,665 photos on my phone camera roll right now and I’d probably only spend money to print 1% of them. I’m ashamed to say that these are the kind of photos I take now."In this comic, Angela Liao of 20px reminds us that we couldn't take pics of our lunches or snapshots of our feet back in the day. Makes you kind of nostalgic, doesn't it?
(Pictures We Didn’t Take Before Digital Cameras, via Mashable)