My most recent work with photography is the use of a technique called, “through-the-viewfinder.” Sitting inconspicuously atop a dresser in an antique shop, was a vintage 1947 Kodak Duaflex camera. It is a neat looking camera and I found that was the real reason I bought it. Little did I know I would actually use it. After researching the camera (which I find myself researching everything), I ran across a way to make a contraption that allows you to use this vintage camera in conjunction with a digital camera. So a mix of old and new, super cool! The best $7 I ever spent.
Keep It Moving…Nothing To See Here
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