Photographs from our clients’ and our own film cameras
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Featured gallery:The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance
On a visit to Staffordshire, England, we had a chance to see an ancient piece of English folklore: the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. The characters include the Hobby Horse, the Boy, Maid Marian (a middle-aged man!) and the horn-bearers. Those are reindeer horns, dated by radiocarbon to Norman times. There haven’t been reindeer in Staffordshire for much longer than that.
The Kodak Brownie goes out in the snow
The Brownie Hawkeye Flash, being made of plastic and of very simple construction, isn’t hurt if it gets a little wet or cold.
We visit Lincoln and Ely to marvel at Gothic architecture
The wide eye of the Rolleiflex works well with the lines and curves of Gothic.
Art and Business
Our photographer shows how the Leica revolutionized candid photography by taking his 1934 model to the holiday kickoff meeting of the Alexandria Small Business Development Center; and to Art on Tap, an annual event combining art, food and beer, put on by the Art League.
Brownie Hawkeye Flash
Kodak Retina Ia
Agfa Super Silette
Updated: 9 May 2016