Common use of the basic Box Brownie camera
and Kodak film in the pre-digital age, and then printed in the dark room, brought back memories to most and outstanding results had been obtained by obviously skilled photographers using their own know-how and techniques.
"I started off with a [Kodak] Box Brownie camera
, and what I did then was I would take the film to the chemist to be processed.
There are a beautiful array of antiques -- an old buffet, a library table with a wrought iron base, an old Kodak Brownie camera
, even a designer birdhouse in a bay window occupied by collectible of Gross and Gloria Cummins ...
The poster child, Kodak, introduced the Brownie camera
I acquired his box brownie camera
and used it to take many photos to make a record of what we were doing.
Maganbhai Patel - better known as Masterji - moved from Surat in India to Coventry in 1951 with little more than a box brownie camera
Simple pleasures but memories forever of a childhood spent outdoors and recorded on mam's Brownie camera
He usually had an old-fashioned Box Brownie camera
slung round his neck.
Key pieces in the museum's massive collection include the full-plate daguerreotype camera, the first camera manufactured in quantity; the hand-held Kodak camera, the first successful camera to use roll film; the Edison Kinetoscope, the first motion picture device to use flexible film; the Brownie camera
, which brought photography to the general public; and the Lunar Orbiter Payload camera, which photographed potential landing sites for Apollo missions.
His daughter took out a picture of the corporal - taken on Alf's Kodak Brownie camera
- and discovered Bill had written his address on the back.
When Geoffrey was 13, he was given a Kodak No 2 Box Brownie camera
, which started him on the road to a career as a professional photographer.
At the same time Malfatti and Amaral were exploring European modernist painting, a teenage Eva Besnyo was looking through the lens of a Brownie camera
in her native Hungary, developing a modernist eye.